Theatre Residence Apartments
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... provided. This works well as the
guide is always putting on their best performance to obtain the appropriate
reward. Our guide was an expat American
named James. He has lived in Prague for
a number of years and truly loves the city and its people. He gave an excellent tour and kept us all,
the kids included, interested the whole time.
The second night we did an underground tour ...
... this and its clearly not getting the recognition it deserves!
We head back down the Charles Bridge and either side is full of stalls selling trinkets and people doing caricatures. Some of the artists are really good and we even saw two different brides sitting down having themselves drawn. The streets are crowded around a certain section and we see what all the hubbub is about! It’s a guy playing music and he has every instrument attached to himself! Look he ...
... the Euro zone but most shops insist on using Czech currency and you can only buy train and tram tickets in the local currency. The oldest square in Prague houses a number of the oldest churches in the city as well as the 14th century Astronomical clock. On the hour 12 disciples appear out of one of the doors on the clock face. This is huge for the tourists and the square is crowded with bus ...
... was hearing a lot of English. Most of the other patrons were clearly tourists as well.
The show itself (Don Giovanni) was done in a very cute manner. It was my first time at the opera, and I was very glad that there were puppets, or I admit that I probably would have left during the intermission from boredom. However, they used a Mozart puppet for comic relief between acts, which added some excitement. Also, I think they tried to make it as ...
From our night out, we woke up a little later than expecting. We grabbed brunch at this place across the street and it was delicious! Then we headed to the market and to look around the city for the day. We are going to do the free city tour tomorrow, so we decided to walk around the other side or the canal. We go over the Charles Bridge and you get a great view of the castle and cathedral. I was so hungry, I felt like I was going to pass ...