Travel Blogs from Prague
... through the big city park to Petrin Tower, a replica of the Eiffel Tower. Had we only known, we could have skipped Paris. Great views but this is true just about everywhere. Continued our walk to Prague Castle where we spent the afternoon. Sam is becoming a connoisseur of gothic cathedrals (and torture chambers). Hoofed it back to our place to root on the US against Germany over some great Czech brews. ...
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Her name was Margó,
she wore a blue beret
and a cross hanging on her chest.
Train from Berlin to Prague. Very efficient and relaxed arriving in Prague about 3.30pm. Found our apartment with Mr Ryson standing out the front with the keys (no English but we worked it out ) We were stunned at how central and magical this setting is. We are on the Old Square in the most ridiculously beautiful ...
... to my purchasing another beer), we stumbled across the famous Charles Bridge. This impressive structure, which crosses the river from the central part of the city to the Mala Strana district is adorned with towering religious statues which gaze down on the passers by with an impression of power and authority. The sloping view of the terracotta rooftops from the top of castle hill was stunning, but no more breathtaking than that of ...
... carriage rides, and entertainment in the square. Human statues dressed and made up encourage you to have your picture taken with them. I prefer to be the person behind the camera, and remember an experience I had in Rome, where taking a picture with the Gladiators at Trevi Fountain resulted in a payment of monies. So much for charging as the photographer. LOL..I ...
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