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... which are in the North-East of the Czech Republic about 2 hours from Prague. We hired a driver who took us there and waited for us for a few hours while we explored the sandstone rock formations and hiked around the national park. The park is famous for its tall and unusually shaped rocks, many of which have been given a creative name based on their appearance, such as "The lion’s head", The rocks surrounded us in every direction and our ...
... Chaz and Gavan (Kansas), and Laurissa (Toronto) and then headed for the castle. Even though I like a good walk, we hopped on a tram to bring us right to the top. We got off the tram and headed into the castle. The day before the cathedral had closed at 3pm, and as it was 2:45pm we thought we were going to miss out. But for some reason on this day it was open until 4:30pm. It seems it's a different time every day. So we got some tickets and headed into St ...
... was totally hanging there.
The tour ended in front of the (by all accounts, "overrated") National Museum, which was the first of four sites featured in Mission: Impossible movies that we saw on the trip. We then went to LehkŠ Hlava (which translates as "clear head"), a vegetarian restaurant Jaclyn somehow bamboozled me into going to. Seriously though, the food and ambiance were great.
Following lunch, we began the journey across Charles Bridge (second ...
... as far as the eye could see! Susan showed me the remnants of the castle and we went on to the adjacent church. Similar to the cathedrals in Prague on the outside the interior revealed the 'art nouveau' style paintings. I had never seen this style in a church before and was quite taken with the effect! The church also had a small but fantastic collection of paraphanelia of elements used in the church. The cemetery was filled with grave markings of a ...
... Prague castle from our window....and it cost 6 euros per night. Franz Kafka Hostel. Definitely recommend it to anyone who's planning to travel to Prague.
- Absinthe is legal in Czech, and they have big Absintheries that sells everything absinthe, including absinthe ICECREAM. Yes, it is as delicious as it sounds.
- Prague is like a fairytale land, a place of dreams (yes I know that sounds so cheesy but I don't know how else to describe it). ...
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