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... then saw the National Theatre (currently being refurbished & therefore closed), we crossed the Vltava River and the bus dropped us, our guide and about 20 others at the entry to the Prague Castle. The tour was in 2 languages Spanish and English.
Once again the castle was made up of many buildings (just like Budapest), after passing by the guards at the gate we entered the large courtyard and passed through it to ...
... first night in Prague roaming the streets until daybreak. The train transfer went by without a hitch, so I took it as a sign that all would be well, and felt at ease on the remainder of the trip. Our train boarded the station, and the moment of truth was fast approaching. We took the metro to the area our hostel was in, spent a little bit of time being slightly lost (but every day of my life consists of being a little lost) and finally the banner of our hostel waved seductively ...
We arrived in Prague in the afternoon and met up with mum and dad at the hotel. After about 7 months, it was pretty good to see their faces. We had a bit of time to relax before going for a wander around the old square before dinner. The place was old but so beautiful. The old buildings were all painted in pastel colours and nothing was out of place around the square. It felt like a set out of a movie and not quite realistic except the amount of ...
... beautiful Prague was - seeing it all lit up at night was amazing. From there, Katy led us down the strip and into the Old Town. Similarly to a lot of the cities in Europe, Prague was filled with winding cobblestone streets. Our first stop in the Old Town was the famous Astronomical Clock. Unfortunately we didn't get to see the show it puts on as we didn't arrive there near the hour. Directly across from the clock was the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn. The two towers of the Gothic ...
... which was designed by ex-President Havel's grandfather. There is also a fabulous Cafe, the Lucerna Cafe, on the first floor of the little arcade. In the old days, many famous Czech people gathered in the cafe to plot the demise of the Communist government. Outside the restaurant, hanging from the ceiling is the oddest statue. It depicts Wenceslas astride the belly of a dead, upside down ...