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... from above. From there we worked our way through the narrow twisting streets by bus and the by foot through the crowds.
We took a ton of photos, which was really tough with all the people.
We did see some creepy sculptures of giant babies by David Cerny as well as a number of buildings.
After the walking tour we stopped at a brewery for a beer before concluding more sights by bus and then returning to the hotel for about 11:00 PM.
A long day.
... average, we had another relaxing night in.
It was a lot brighter the next day and after a slow start we took ourselves on our own walking tour and managed to see most of the city and climb up to some good vantage points to take some photos. The castle area and the old town square where remarkably untouched during the wars and therefore provided a great backdrop.
The next day we once again hopped on the bus for a short trip to ...
... like being in an olden day fairy tale. The pastel coloured palaces and facades amongst the gothic inspired churches. With bridges leading to cobblestone streets full of stores and cafes.
I can't wait to come back to Prague in a couple of weeks to explore a little more.
Off to Berlin. Ga humbug
"Travel while your young and able, Don't worry about the money, just make it work. Experience is far ore valuable than money ever will be"
... luck but the trip didn't get off to the best start. We were due to fly out of Gatwick at 6pm which would get us to Prague and delivered to our apartment by 9pm in time to join Alice for dinner and have a few drinks. everything was going to plan, we boarded the plane on time and were taxiing out to the runway, I turned to Kelly and said "wow its nice to actually have a flight leave on time for once"... then we waited and we waited and after ...
... meandered our way into the old town stopping after sunset to soak up the atmosphere of the local Christmas market. There is something just so magical about Christmas markets, the bright lights, the smell of gluhwein and people peddling their wares and calling out to the buyers that wins me over every time.
For dinner we made our way to a small restaurant close to our hotel, it was a family owned microbrewery that ...