Travel Blogs from Prague
... slight blur filled with sight seeing and wandering around the local market sharing a bev and writing in our journals. Yesterday was probably our most eventful of days spent in Prague. Al and I were up and out by 10am with a list of the 'Top 10 must do/sees in Prague' according to the Lonely Planet guide..as Alice now knows due to me...Lonely Planet is NEVER wrong... ;;) We headed over to the John Lennon wall situated across Charles Bridge. So glad we did this. The Lennon wall ...
... It was our last day and the three of us parted ways. Emma was headed for Poland (on purpose this time), and Matt and I boarded our bus to head for Berlin.
Four hours later, we were in Berlin! It was a very industrial place, but still had some nice architecture. Most of it was more modern, simply because they had to rebuild the entire city due to destruction from WWII, and The Cold War.
We found Matt's hostel, put our stuff there, and ...
... six or seven hundred years ago.
We walked across the Charles Bridge (if there were no tourists the place would have been empty -it was packed), had a trip on the river and short visit to the main square and Jewish Quarter before the tour ended and we recovered with a few drinks and some bread, meat and cheese in the main square.
Happily there was nothing of interest in the Swarovski shop but certain people may benefit from a little place across the street.
... whole ride was pretty much in silence. It was a bit of a cold welcome to the country, but that changed quickly once I arrived at my hotel.
See, if there's one thing I absolutely missed upon getting to that hotel, it was a cooler temperature. An unusual heat wave had struck Prague throughout the first week of August, and I was right in the middle of it. That cold welcome quickly become a warm, comfy one as I soon passed out upon getting into my hotel room. I ...
That didn't matter, though, because we were still able to get some awesome photographs. And, yes, Ruth-Anne it did say no photography unless you had photo permission, which I did get! LOL...there was a guard looking out for this aspect of tourists, that is for sure.
Petrin Hill is also the site of a funicular railway (cable railway where a cable is attached to a tram vehicle ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRezidence Lundborg Prague
Beautiful place to stay it's like you have your own flat in Prague for a few days with every luxury you could wish for.
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