Hostel & Hotel Little Quarter Prague
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... we were staying at our Grandma's place. We headed out for a great meal and a few local beers to round out a long day. The next day we decided to stay on one side of the river and walked up hill to Prague Castle and St Vitus Cathedral. Both stand imposingly above the city and have been the scene of many important battles, murders, and revolutions affecting a vast area of Eastern Europe over the past 1000 years. It is also the site of the much ...
... It's difficult enough to take it all in and realize that this is indeed real life, not just some crazy awesome dream. Let alone condense it all into writing. From the huge pigeons to the overly well behaved children, from public transportation to smoke everywhere, from the people you meet to the nice and warm (HA!) weather... This city is in nearly everyway different than anything I've encountered. Not to mention the immense, and relatively ...
... the first time our www.airbng.com experience with a host was less than stellar, the apartment was fine, it was basically a place to sleep while we explored the city.
Prague is big, 1.2 million people and teeming with activity. We purchased a three day metro pass and were good to go.The transportation system here is amazing, we never had to wait for the metro for more than a few minutes and it's easy ...
After a week in Germany with Marielle, we parted ways at Hofbahnhof station. Friday the 2nd of August meant goodbye Marielle, goodbye Jas and Matt, goodbye Munich, goodbye Germany. It also meant hello to a new city and a new country. We waved Marielle off on her DB train at 2.50, bound eventually to Brussels to meet her family. The week had flown by, with lots of fun times in Berlin and Munich.
For Nat and I, at 3.50, we had a bus to catch ...
... also caught 2 string performances in a former church that was refurbished as a concert hall. Nice.
Next, was definitely St Stephens Cathedral with its charming interior and typical European church styled facade.
We also visited the Mozart Museum where he used to live and we further immersed ourselves in the plentiful architectural marvels of the city, both grand and beautiful.
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