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... br> Seanj:
We got up a little later than normal! (Yay!!!) As Ben says, after a quick breakfast and a 2nd visit to the Charles bridge, the boys and I entered the Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments. Humans are terrible. Just terrible. It was great!
We took things pretty easy until the Alternative Tour in the afternoon - and it was worth the wait. Our guide was great, giving us context with stories of her mom growing up in Communist Prague ...
... its walls
* Karlovy lane - the biggest nightclub in Prague
* Lots of Christmas markets and Prague traditional sausages and ham (I am a lot larger after Prague)
My last night in Prague was spent at a new hostel that was full to the brim of delightful people from all corners of the world. We had a lovely homecooked meal together and went out to a club with strobe lights and go go dancers. Prague you delivered....until next time.
... add the tea-tree. I now stink like a packet of mints.
Went out for a short walk down to the river. The streets are very nice, lined with trees with some lovely old buildings but occasionally a warm blast of air would come out of the pavement?! Very weird. Bought a punnet of strawberries from the same shop I went to earlier and feasted on them for supper.
... a short pudgy woman who was wearing a batman shirt - She started off by explaining about wenceles square and statue and also the monument for the 1st 2boys killed during the revolt from communism. From here we walked into the old city and she explained that what we call the new city is not new it is also fop very old but it is newer than the old 1st city. Also she explained that the street duviding the two cities used to be a trough that the people used to ...
... fancy-shmancy home in that it's incredibly well-decorated. Of course, it's also very old and historic, which is a nice way of saying "has no elevator." For my purposes, it was just perfect though. It was clean. It was central. It had a nice view of the area below.
From there, I just wandered around a bit, trying to take it all in. I felt like I was in every single
fairy tale ever written, except those that took place in the woods. ...