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It was sunny shiny day when i decided to go to the most famous European city to study English. Someday after i bought a two-way ticket and prepared the Shengen visa to travel nearest cities to Prague, especially Wien where i am going to study. The days before the flight was the most exciting because my wish to go away exceed another wishes. At 1st of August this happened and I sat up to plane and ...
... told that the rail people couldn't help it if someone jumps under their trains!! Finally the two previous trains packed into a third and we spilled out at Prague at about 6pm instead of 4.30. Prague is big and beautiful and there are lovely squares and sculptures and buskers and theatre everywhere, and the main throngs of tours following their flag-holding leaders stick to just a few thoroughfares so are easy to leave behind. I think it is one ...
... out the way we entered the palace, but Scott advocated descending through the gardens and took off on a scouting mission to test the viability of his idea. A few minutes later, he returned with the news that a slight fee would qualify us to descend through the gardens, which opened into an impressive grouping of palaces and government buildings.
Down we went, snaking through gardens and fountains. At the bottom, ...
... wife Catherine von Bora.
We toured the building of the museum and had an interesting look into the home life of Martin Luther.
I've no doubt that everyone would agree that Prague is a beautiful city, even better in the winter when the the city is bedeck in Christmas lights and tinsel. It would seem that the city was designed by designed by Walt Disney and built by the munchkins for Cinderella. Fortunately for me the Brothers Grimm were also involved in town planning and when the troll needed a dwelling under the bridge the brothers were there to oblige. In a bid to entertain my Russian colleague ...