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Jewish Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by spsadventures

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... at some point. I didn't really learn a whole lot about Prague and didn't see a whole lot of new things since the water is pretty accessible by tram and bridge and I had already walked the area a lot. The one thing that did excite me is that they had "egg alcohol" on the menu. Other than eggnog, I had never really heard of egg alcohol. So, I of course had to try it. It wasn't particularly great, but also wasn't bad. Drinkers would probably enjoy it a lot more than I did.

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Beautiful COLD Prague

A travel blog entry by colleensouness

2
9

Prague; it's beautiful! A few points:

  • My last night night in Munich was spent eating cheese fondue (REAL fondue - 1.5kg cheese .. .is that possible?!) with Julia's flatmate Paul and their new neighbours. I learned more about the fine art of 'tapping' glasses (so, apparently the 'tapping' process is to exchange drink from glass to glass, to ensure we're not poisoning each other - and look each other in the eye of course to check ...

Prague - day 17

A travel blog entry by jennydawson

3

... we were due to meet up so headed downstairs and we found out it was raining. We had to go back for our umbrellas but it didn't look too bad. Headed out and it only started raining more. By the time we got back into dinner it was pouring down and there were rivers in the streets. We headed to a place Pam and Paul had a brochure for and went in. It was a strange place downstairs and we ended up eating in cave. The flyer we got was a bit misleading because they ...

The Kristofor and the Ham

A travel blog entry by tofor85

45

... will cost you; 250CZK for a short trip or 350CZK for a long trip. We picked the short, and it was enough, especially on another 35C day. It cost me 50CZK for a photography license. Doubtful the hoardes of tour groups had these. Our ticket got us into St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, St. George's Basilica and Golden Lane with Daliborka Tower. The Cathedral was spectacular with vivid stained glass windows and beautiful Gothic architecture. The Basilica was a ...

Our first day in Prague

A travel blog entry by madi52091

12

... believe and second, I'm still taller than 75%25 of the female population...at least here in Prague, so far. The architecture here, however, is indescribable. Every building whether old or new puts America to shame in the attention to detail. We also got to meet up with a class mate of ours from South Texas, Paul, as well as several other of our classmates. After getting our phone situations ...

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