Residence Select Prague
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... backpacks all loaded up we caught the train into the city centre to Berlins main station. This place was like a maze, trains were departing from all different levels and we seemed to be making our way down into the centre of the earth. Eventually we found the correct platform and then boarded the train to Prague when it arrived. This was the most incredible train I have ever been on, the carriages were laid out like those in Harry Potter with everyone having ...
Today we walked and walked around the beautiful city of Prague. What a fabulous place! The architecture is amazing, and all the buildings are painted various pastel shades. After a cooked breakfast (and a fantastic almond croissant) across the road, our Czech chick, tour guide Lidka, took us on an orientation tour to show us the main sights:
- Tyn Church: a very impressive twin-spired Gothic church (our apartment is right behind the church);
- Staromestke (Old Town) Square: ...
... as this place. We walked all the main streets and Czeched out a few of the main building attractions. We decided to splurge and hit the Hooters of Prague. We got 24 hot wings, a huge plate of curly fries, and of course a HUGE Liter O' Beer! Dan was a happy boy.
We found this outrageous building that seemed to be attracting everyone around and Nicolette informed me to plant my ass and not to move. We obviously had obviously wiggled our way into ...
... a Saturday it was not surprising that most of it was shut.We did, however, see the oldest synagogue in Europe (700 years old), and peer into a wonderfully atmospheric cemetery next to a miniature fairytale castle of a building (some sort of hall). The cemetery exuded peacefulness. It seemed to seep out of the wrought iron gates.
Next stop was for some top quality ice-cream, before listening to the 7pm chimes of ...
... across the city each boast a jagged spire that stretches toward the sky. Ordinary city streets stretch as far as the eye can see in stripes of pastels as each building is painted a different shade of yellow, pale blue, or pink. Domes and church steeples can be seen peeking above the fairy tale red brick roofs all over the city. It's completely enchanting and like nothing we've ever seen. There can't possibly be any other city in the world that looks like Prague.