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... and Spa is a very long circuit but managed to leave Church, Woody and Josie in a bar with the result three hours later being some very funny videos on Woodys phone. The rest of the weekend was classic F1 weekend, BBQs beer getting up silly to get a good viewing spot and lots of motor racing. The qualifying was the best bit, rain made it very interesting but the race didn't quite live up expectation but you can't have ...
... today. We went to Old Square and saw all the wonderful sights. I've been fortunate that the entire time I've been in Praha the weather has been asbolutely beautiful. A couple clouds here and there, but mainly bright sunshine.
After the walking tour I went back to the hostel to rest my legs for a minute, and then set off for Prague Castle. It was about a 45 minute walk to the castle, with lots of uphill, but it was amazing. Crossing Charles Bridge was incredible, with lots ...
... and enjoyed some mulled wine and then headed up to the palace for again a misty but stunning none the less view of the city. We also got to see the changing of the guards – not quite as flash as Buckingham but not bad – apparently a recent addition. As it was Christmas Eve we ended up chilling for the evening in our backpackers as in Hungary they celebrate Christmas from around midday on Christmas Eve until Christmas Day. ...
"A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving" - Lao Tzu (500 BC)
As our trip unfolds we will gradually aspire more to the above philosophy but as we leave our flat in Prague in the dark, cold and early hours of 25th September 2012 we certainly have some definite plans laid down and are very much intent on arriving.
Neither of us have written a blog before but we've been reading plenty of other really ...
... let it be (Malta's national embassy sits on the other side of the wall). As we got the scoop on why this wall was rather dense with spray paint and other markings, our tour guide handed us permanent markers to add our own touch. For those of you making a visit, look for my name!
Our next stop on the wooded side of the river was the Charles Bridge. While we didn't ride or walk over it (yet), we did get the history behind it since we were right next to the infamous ...
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