The Augustine Hotel Prague
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... free beer and ice cream. The view was not as spectacular as the Danube, but nonetheless a good perspective of the old town, looking up the hill to the castle and cathedral. After crossing the river on the Charles Bridge, we found the John Lennon wall which has been covered with Lennon graffiti, messages and lyrics from songs and is constantly evolving. More impressive than the Beatles statues in Kazakhstan! We walked up the hill to the St ...
... two days in Prague is not enough - I'd like a week to also venture into the country, but Stephen wants a year. The architect in him has switched on and, where I see buildings and vistas, he sees architectural details and decorative features.
We saw stunning churches, beautiful squares, quaint little lane ways, imposing castles and wonderful public art. Thousands of years of history and architecture are all ...
... not uncommon to have monuments, fountains, or other obstacles standing in the middle of the road. If this doesn't make driving a challenge, then you have to toss in all of the electric trams winding their way across the city. There is nothing more thrilling than having your driver turn down a street only to find 20 tons of red and white metal clanking and sparking its way directly towards you. There doesn't really seem to be any rules for ...
... all a part of the rite of passage that one endures in order to truly claim a place amongst the members of the world's traveling family. I'm still struck by, and in awe of, the courage it takes to actually hit the road, to break the sentimental ties that allow us to construct and subscribe to the comforts and securities of an idea about "home" and open oneself up to just about anything and everything that might happen to and around you. ...
... I think I’ve got that right but not too sure). There really wasn’t much to see inside and we weren’t supposed to take photos but L got one snap before she was told otherwise, the exterior is much more impressive.
We spent a day in the very pretty town of Kutna Hora, a miniature version of Prague with an impressive Cathedral of St Barbara, the patron saint of miners. This is an ancient silver mining town, the silver run out in the ...