The Augustine Hotel Prague
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Day one in the book, it was a doozy... We met our tour guide in the lobby at 9:30 this morning and headed out to the tram up to Strahov Monastery. What does one see in a monastery you ask? Libraries duh. This joint was completed in 1594... or 182 YEARS before America. Needless to say it makes you feel like the French Quarter is so fresh and new. …
... again and tried to find Charles bridge. However, yet again we got incredibly lost in the process but we did find a Lego shop so all was good! Eventually we found the bridge and after a lot of pondering we decided to book a boat cruise for tomorrow evening which I'm really looking forward to. The rest of the evening we have just been chilling back at the hostel, nothing very exciting to ...
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On the way back Jack and Paul jump into some shops for t-shirts. I'm horrified when I remember everyone has a fancy night tonight, Victoria messaged me saying she would talk to me on the walk, problem was I was asleep and not going to fancy night. Ganzer makes me feel better when he says they're coming straight back after dinner. I'm a wreck today, I drink my first two beers fast, anything to numb the pain, ...
This morning we woke, had breakfast, walked across Manesuv Bridge and returned to our Pod Vezi via the Charles Bridge, one last time. Time to say goodbye to Prague. It was musicians day... Jazz band here, accordion duo there, and then, there was the Blues. How fitting. Everything we have read and heard about this truly remarkable international city is true (I've never heard ...
... which was a very ornate church in the Baroque style of the day. We stopped for a beer/cider at a little place under the bridge and then wandered back to the apartment. Lidka and I veered off to the market again and bought some fruit for breakie and then by the time we got back it was happy hour! A time for regathering our thoughts and rest up for a while as tonight four of us head off for an evening dinner ...