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After waking up Saturday and shaking off the cobwebs we struck out and enjoyed a full day in Old Town. We began with a local lunch at a restaurant right near our Airbnb that included roast duck, pork neck, dumplings, and cabbage - a true Eastern Europe meal! Afterwards we jumped onto a tram and made our way to Charles Bridge, which is a must see from what we had read and heard. Charles Bridge is only open ...
... has been a seat of power for kings of Bohemian, Holy Emperors and presidents of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic.
We managed to see the Changing of the Guard, unfortunately not as impressive as the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace.
We headed across Charles Bridge which is a beautiful and historical bridge that crosses the Vltava River whose construction commenced in 1357. The bridge is 516 metres long and nearly 10 metres wide. It is protected by ...
... and the squares and lanes were full of people enjoying the outdoor opportunities warmer weather brings.
A very long day of transit ended back at our hotel with an ice cream treat and the first horizontal sleep we'd had for over 36 hours! Tomorrow, we plan our Prague walk - really just making adjustments to a walk we've done several times in the past.
... camps and the kids drew and painted what they saw. It's amazing that the drawings survived to tell the children's story. Our group met again, and for the last time, for a private tour of the Lobkowicz art collection and a dinner in the palace. It was a great tour because it tied in with the art and history that we had seen and heard during other parts of the tour and the dinner was delicious and a nice ending to the ...
Dear Diary, October 22,2013Sausage and milk with a jelly doughnut,that’s what I had for breakfast during this thunderstorm. We still plan on going bowling and shopping,you can never change Cailynne’s mind...never. As for lunch we,well I,had fried cheese and fresh fruit with potato salad. We’re still bowling,Michael’s winning by 7 points. We all had chicken and cranberry sauce for dinner and then headed for a peaceful ...