Travel Blogs from Prague
... noodles are hand made in the restaurant and are shaped like the scarves that wrap around the heads of old babushkas. It looks as though they have hollowed out the head of the poor old women, and perhaps drained their blood for the soup. The babushkas nestle themselves up next to the strips of tenderloin that practically melt off my fork with their tingly/spicy sauce and cooked perfection. The beer I supplement this nutritious meal ...
... deep into the evening. So many sights to see , the feet ae feeling tired by the end of the day and for some even more tired after walking up the "Eiffel Tower" and over the Charles Bridge twice!
Even though the city appears very modern and Western there are definate undertones of the old east, I guess it will take more than one generations to correct all the past.
... a summer storm came over us and rain fell, we floated along the Vitava River in a boat named Slapy. From every vantage point, we saw wonderful views of the castle, the city of Prague, the bridges and the people out enjoying the evening. As dusk fell, lights came on in the city, illuminating the wonderful architecture and reflecting in the waters of the Vitava. A beautiful way to say goodbye.
This week has been relatively calm and subdued compared to weeks past, I don't know if this is my way of settling in and really beginning to call this wonderful place a home away from home. I want to share some things that people probably wouldn't expect from Europe and especially the Czech Republic.
It might seem weird hearing this but Prague has some of the most diverse food cultures that I have ...
The last full day and lots to do.
Decide to look over Prague Castle. Hop on bus and by the time we get to the castle it was raining. While the castle and StVitius Cathedral are impressive, there was a true dampness which spoiled the tour. Our guide gave us the choice to either go back tthe bus, or head up the road to the monastry where the monks brew their own ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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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