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... of Prague Castle across the river as we walked back to the hotel.
I'm missing the Hotel Sacher Wien tonight.....no chocolates, Sacher Torte, slippers my the bed..... :-( Oh poor me!
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CHARLES BRIDGE, PRAGUE
The Charles Bridge is famous for the many statues of saints that embellish the bridge along its length. There is a large ...
... opposite each other. It was a good journey, took 5 hours. We were woken by a big grumpy ticket lady about an hour in. Unfortunately, we didn't have the AMEX which initially paid for the tickets so she thought about kicking us off but we convinced her not too.
Given a long train ride, with very broken sleep we eventually arrived in Prague at the first of two train stations in Prague thinking that we had missed our station and that we were ...
... an English speaking guide - the young fella who picked her up. The full process from the glass blowing to the final polishing was explained and demonstrated - they watched the artists in action. Annette was particularly intrigued with the engraving as each piece is held by hand - two hands and worked on a cutting wheel.
On her return to the hotel Annette popped into one of the Captain Candy shops and brought home a ...
... Yum! And bonus….only set us back $4 for the whole meal, spring rolls and a drink! Catching the tram into town we grabbed our wristbands, were taken on a short walk down into the underground of a pub ready for the infamous HOUR OF POWER! So the hour of power consisted if an hour of UNLIMITED vodka and absinthe shots and beer and wine. This was going to be deadly!! We first off had to try an absinthe shot which is made here in Prague. It was disgusting! I could ...
... artwork. We didn't go into any of the art museums as we are all museumed ( I doubt there is such a word ) out at the moment. So onto Prague... The moment we walked from our accommodation to Wenceslas Square and then to the old town square I was captivated by all the beautiful buildings, there was just a vibe about the place I wish I could describe it into words but it was magical and fairy tale like. Mary and I walked around for hours and hours, ...