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Prague is a beautiful city. It is full of old castles and
wonderful old buildings and old cobblestone streets. It looks like it came out of a
fairytale. The Christmas Market in the old town square was stunning as it lay
at the foot of a palace that looked like the Disneyland castle and the
Astronomical Clock tower. Each hour the clock chimes out, with Biblical figures
moving in a circular motion out of the clock, whilst a skeleton rings a bell to
tell the time ...
... to the other side of the bridge, we stopped for some water. It was a hot day and the sun was shinning warm on us...okay, so it was sweltering. I am not even going to complain, because at least it wasn't raining. We happened upon a marionette shop and the kids were so excited. Ezra immediately found a hockey one, one of the most expensive dolls in the place, and started playing with it. Of course, the shipowner saw this and ran right over to Ezra to hook him even more. Uhhhhh! I ...
... palace, the cathedral, and the golden lane. Once we were done at the castle, it was getting kind of late so we went out for a Czech meal of goulash which was good. After dinner, we went to try the famous Prague absinthe which was a good experience but not something I think I would do again. It tasted too much like liquorice for ...
The tour lasted from 9:30 AM until 2:30 PM and we were never given an opportunity to have lunch. At the end of our tour at the prison, my Grandpa stepped inside to use the bathroom and the guide continued on without him. We headed all the way back to the bus without him. Luckily my Mom found out where we were going and went back for him, but I think that the guide should have been paying more attention to who was missing from his ...
I promise I won't be writing every day but every few days. It is just today, my first day as a "blogger" that I am excited to writeJ
One person asked me why I want to go to Argentina. To find myself? No. I don't need to go to Argentina to find myself. I don't need to go anywhere really to find myself. I travel because it enriches me, it broadens my horizons and it shows me that although from different parts of the world we all strive for ...