Travel Blogs from Prague
... visually and all other ally's perfect and .... i for the sake of RK decide to dedicate this blog to Charles Bridge - Final decision .... i mean finalessst decision.
Happiest with my decision .... i completely lose myself in the narrow maze like streets. I love it when i completely lose myself like this, it reminds me to take a step back and admire/ take notice of whats around me and most of all it teaches me to get comfortable with the feeling ...
... to rent rooms in locals' apartments as an alternative to hotels. They are generally cheaper, and the locals in the apartments are often kind and helpful. This is what we experienced in Praha, and I hope this is also what I will find in Amsterdam! About the ponchos: it rained like crazy all over Europe while we were in Praha. This ultimately canceled my return train, and I waited until 5 in the morning in a random German train station to return home. While we were actually in Praha, ...
... that offered authentic Czech food and beer (as seen in the photos). We visited two Christmas markets that night, gorging on a new desert called trdlo, which is a hollowed out thinner version of a cinnamon roll with nutella spread in it (photo attached). Very good!
The next day was tough, as it rained all day long. As much as it rained, we didn't let this impact ...
The bus leg from Dresden to Prague was not too bad. From the first sights I had of Prague it was like traveling back in time. It is a very old city and quite spectacular in its own right but has a bit of an olde world feel about it. I caught yet another cold which didn't make me all that enthusiastic to explore the city to its full potential. I did a walking tour which was great. It allowed me to see all ...
... taught us to treat each new step into the unknown as a step
towards something worse.” There is another striking similarity expressed by
both Weiner and Klima. Though Weiner writes repeatedly about daily irritations
and deprivations having to do with food, cleanliness, etc., he managed. On
August 4, 1944 he wrote: "What annoys me the most is that two years of my life
have been lost. If ...
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