Travel Blogs from Prague
This morning we had to get organised for our bus transfer to Prague. After breakfast we had some free time before being taking by our new guides off to a restaurant in Bratislava for lunch before getting on board the bus for our approximate 3.5 hour bus ride to Prague. Unfortunately it was not a coach transfer to remember due to lack of space on the coach and once you cross the border from Slovakia intothe Czech Republic you could say the roads have a little to be desired. Also ...
... was expected this afternoon. Yesterday the temp got to 28deg. This afternoon the tour started at 2.45 and went for about 60 mins. Once again the tour guide was excellent. She walked us through the Jewish Quarter and gave us a history lesson on the persecution of the Jews by the Germans. How they were hunted out of their homes and sent off to one of the worst concentration camps, and where the majority ended up in the gas ovens. It was very sad and she ...
... as we were desperate for some shut eye. Alas this however was not to be, after meeting a Russian who spoke french and was learning English but seemed to lack the knowledge of personal space demanded an English lesson on the use and context of 'like', three hours later Tom then had to explain to Laura that is why we don't talk to stranger, we jumped into bed. And within 10 minutes our fellow roomie was asleep as well, and very quickly it became apparent we had a ...
Way back at the beginning of this trip, I left my apartment in a calm but determined rush. In my haste I forgot one chore, to cut my nails. It's also become somewhat of a habit of mine to let the nails on my right hand grow long, to better pick my guitar. I don’t check a bag, so I didn’t pack any nail clippers or really anything sharp that could come to my aide. Long story short, I have giant Wolverine nails and no way to cut ...
... because I'm more of a walk-the-streets guy.
Oh and I walked…it’s one of the best cities to visit on foot, give yourself a full day and you can cover all the main historical sights. There’s also many cool parks, even one with a mini-Eiffel Tower, but I didn’t get to visit.
Now, bare in mind, this is a VERY touristy place, and as you probably know me from previous posts, I don’t like that. The main squares and streets are ...
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