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... s eye view of the church. There's also a balcony with views over the countryside.
We walked past a row of stone statues (reminiscent of the ones that line Charles Bridge) to the Italian Court where the kingdom’s coins were minted. At the time the Italians were recognised as the best coin makers in Europe and Charles “imported “ some of these specialists to make his money, hence the name.
We had a 20 minute guided tour of the building ...
... Prague is one of the most beautiful cities I've ever seen. Wonderful cobblestone streets, truly ancient edifices (11th century and before in some cases) and thousands of tourists. Thousands and thousands of them. To the point of being uncomfortable. We were told a few times that locals stay away from Old Town or anywhere near the sights because of how touristy it all is now. That said, we really enjoyed our time and I'd still recommend visiting to anyone.
Today provides a magical change of scene, including a nearly five-hour train journey to Prague. We transfer to the central station in Berlin where we bid a fond farewell to our new friend, Tracey, who had joined us for just the first part of the tour. She is flying home to London this evening.
Our train departs at 10:40am, and arrives in Prague at 3:25pm. Along the way we ...
... and shorts but really underestimated how cool it is in September in Europe. This is why it appears we only wear one outfit in all our pictures. Trust me we wear different clothes underneath our pink and black North Face jackets. Our castle tour took us to the largest medieval castle in Europe. To kick things off we enjoyed a beer from the monastery, it has been voted the best beer in the Czech Republic in 2014. It ...
... we could have taken a taxi tour, but I like stopping and looking! I took some lovely photos, but will have to rely on Sarina and Alex's at some later stage! Stupid iPad!
Alex did his usual and we tried to get through walking by the River, but it a dead end, as restaurants had put walls for their outdoor areas right on the River bank. So we backtracked and went through the town. I kept dashing in to look at pashminas, as Lin ...