Hotel Louis Leger
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... li>I chilled out in the hostel as I was still tired from the night before. When I finally got up I decided to go and check out the Jewish cemetery with a couple of Germans from the hostel. When we got there it was already too late and had closed for the day.
... it because it was his favorite city, and how some say he planned to retire there! We also saw much of the architecture created by Charles the 4th, once king of the Czech Kingdom and voted the most important Czech in history. We had crossed the famous Charles Bridge on the way to the walking tour. Now we were at the Charles University, and the site were several beheadings happened in the past. There were viable marks on the wall, rumored to be where the axe was ...
So since we are halfway finished with our European adventure and are about to meet with our family in Ireland this is a good opportunity to reflect on our favorite pieces of our journey so far. Vicky's Favorite things: Favorite city: Prague. Close second goes to Amsterdam. Favorite tradition: Bastille Day fireworks. Favorite church: St. Basil's in Moscow. Favorite landmark: Leaning Tower of Pisa or Panathenaic Stadium in Athens. Favorite activity: Flamenco show in Barcelona ...
... Old Town. We sat outside till 10 at night after the sun finally set and ate tomato and mozzarella, bruschetta, pizza and chocolate torte. Tonight we are after more traditional Czech food, although we might give the pork knees and boiled cabbage a wide berth.
As as I write this we are sipping my Czech wine, a bargain at 70 koruna (about $3.50) a bottle.
Loving Prague, loving holidays.
Susan andStephen ...
... to see so many U.S. fast food chains opening stores along the highways in the Czech Republic. McDonalds, anyone?
We noticed the complete absence of any billboards or autobahn advertisements but as soon as we crossed over into the Czech Republic, we saw multiple McDonalds and advertisements up on the bridge overpasses through which we passed. In Germany, the autobahn is free (a true freeway) but in the Czech Republic, the ...