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So I tour my first official guided tour of my entire trip today. Two of them actually. The first was at 11am and was a free guided tour (tip not included) that would last 2.5 hours. We started at the astronomical clock and saw the little show the clock puts on every hour from 9am to 9pm, every day since 1490, with a 100 hiatus at some point in the 1500s. Starting in the old square, our guide gave a us a brief historical lesson on Prague. Then we walked to ...
... travelling, since my body was aching from all the milongas I have been to, I was just chilling with Veru and Andres in Montevideo. How much I miss those moments, can't even tell you.
I would like to drink more mate with a bombilla I got from our new friends, Helmer and Nati. But who knows what is gonna happen in 10 months time...?I don't.
I am also planning a trip to Berlin, to see the world known city full of architecture, art, street art, bohemian caffes ...
... were pretty good all round. We also saw Franz Kafka's house where he wrote many of his books in the famous "Golden Lane". We also saw the Alchemy museum where they had original underground alchemy labs on display from the 8th century. They even had the "elixir of youth" for sale. If you believe that sort of thing.
Prague has been good. It has managed to maintain it's culture despite there being heaps of tourism.
Off to the airport, see you in Russia.
... section and so had plenty of room to stretch out and move around. We passed through some beautiful countryside. I remember one stretch that was particularly charming: the train tracks ran alongside a river for quite a distance. There was a bike path that also extended along the river, and every now and then we would pass a biker riding along. There ...
... stretch of wall with pretty much nothing to do with John Lennon on it and hoards of posers attempting to look 'alternative'. We returned to the hostel with a litre bottle of £2 wine (something we optimistically believed would last us longer than one night) to be greeted by the Glaswegians and drinking games...there was only one way this would end. We proceeded to find the dingiest, graffiti covered cellar bar in the entire city and took advantage of it's 40p glasses of wine. ...
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