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... making their way home after work. There was life and activity and for the first time I felt there was more to Prague than just the tonka tourist town or the depressing communist run-down areas. We saw tourist sites the Goldern Angel and Dancing House, and most interestingly, the Ss. Cyril and Methodius Cathedral. We had read about the Cathedral earlier at the War Museum. In 1942, during World War II, the cathedral was the scene of the last stand of a number ...
... in the city, I was so nervous to speak loud because I was embarrassed to be American since we learn everyday that pretty much everyone hates us everywhere. I finally told her that, and she laughed. She said no one really hated Americans in Prague, if anything, they try to be just like us. They listen to our music, try to dress in American clothes, feel really cool or rich when they eat mcdonalds or Starbucks, and want to speak English. ...
... of people, food stands and shops set up. There is specific Czech bread roll called Trdelnik,or Trdlo which is rolled in cinnamon and sugar. I just had to try one because they were haunting me every where we went. The tour was fabulous as usual, however it looked like it was about to pour the whole time. Luckily it didn't! On the tour, we visited and learned about many famous sights in Prague. Our tour guide was actually Irish, his name was Declan and he had ...
... fighting through our tiredness and getting through the meeting, we had the rest of the afternoon free. We decided to start the afternoon with a nice little meal in the town before traveling to the Prague Castle.. 534 Koruna's later (about $26 US Dollars), we realized we were scammed and our afternoon quickly went down hill... Walking around the city and trying to accept the fact we just spent that much on a lunch that consisted of soup, salad, and a small dessert, was ...
... Courtney getting a chance to experience this wonderful city.
In the morning we had one of our favorite hostel breakfasts. We hung out in the room for awhile preparing for our day out on the town. We had seen a local bar that was serving cheap rum and cokes. We decided to start our day off with some drinks. We made it to this fine establishment and posted up to the bar. We quickly ordered two rum shots and a bottle of coke. Looking around this place, you could really tell ...