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Today is our last day in Prague. We were booked in for our Prague Viewpoints segway tour at 10am. We got up at 8 and went downstairs for breakfast. Once we were finished we grabbed our scarves and things and headed to the Segway meeting point. I was nervous. Alex was bursting out of her skin with excitement, Adam was just calmly looking forward to …
... the famous astronomical clock tower, castles and churches that looked like they were straight out of Disney movies, the Lennon Wall, Charles Bridge with all the statues, the Old Town Square, and more. We arrived at the tower just in time to see the astronomical clock chime at 1:00 pm and some figures in the clock rotated around. The (John) Lennon Wall is a graffiti filled wall, particularly dedicated to peace I believe, with names, quotes, protests, poems, and all sorts of other ...
... down the bottom. After about 10 minutes of dancing I saw Rachel's face light up with excitement and she screamed, I turned around to see both Tom and Caitlin !!! Immediately, the four of us yelled in excitement to see our fellow travel partners and hugged it out, spilling most of our drinks. Everyone else in the bar was completely bewildered by what was transpiring in front of them and several of the ...
... litre it is marginally more expensive than petrol and hugely cheaper than bottled water. You can understand why the locals drink the stuff!
Elsewhere, such as here in Prague, the range of drinking establishments is huge catering to tourists and locals in equal measure. In the tourist areas of course, the prices are noticeably higher and frankly, visitors are ripped off, but are not really aware of it since even then the price seems to be similar to wherever ...
... br> How we spent our days
Aside from walking along Prague's main pedestrian (car free, or almost free) streets we joined some of the rest of the family on a boat cruise of the Vltava River and for a delicious Czech lunch. We also made several delightful walks through the small village and narrow roads as we walked from the pension to the Metro station. It was a short, yet delightful introduction Prague and the Czech Republic.