Travel Blogs from Prague
... in front of. They said I was pretty good. It was even funnier though to hear them try to do an American accent. Later we played some Foosball and when our drinking time was up we headed to the next bar. This bar had a downstairs with a dj and a dance floor. We got a few free shots there but then had to buy our own drinks. Good thing beer in Prague is only 45 crown. That's the currency in Prague, so 45 crown is about 2 euros or just under $3. Literally beer was ...
... stylish bridges. The best cities always involve water - San Francisco, Vancouver, The Hague, etc.
On the way down I did something I've stumbled into doing more and more so recently: I tried to help somebody find their way. I was sitting down, minding my own business and eating one of my famed peanut butter sandwiches when a group of girls walked up the steps to my left. Then they were back about two minutes later, walking off to my right. Another couple of minutes later, ...
... were actually worth seeing. The first is the big church in the main square. But this building is like any of the other hundreds of churches around Europe that I have seen. Even here though much of the church was modern. Some of the big stained glass windows has clearly been replaced with modern stained glass. Many of the tombs were from the late 80s and early 90s. The place had lost some of it's charm. Plus the crowds were unbearable. ...
Since we were rather sluggish in the morning (breakfast at 7:30 a.m. is like eating at 1:30 in the morning), we decided that a trip to the Jewish part of the city would be manageable. It was close by and fairly compact. A set of 6 sites altogether make up the Prague Jewish Museum. For the most part, we couldn't take photos inside any of the buildings. Our first stop was at the Maisel Synagogue, where we bought tickets. Next ...
... but the oddity of it all was worth it in the end! A strange Russian man who clearly has some connection with the organization he’s showing off gave the tour. It started with him handing me a small machine gun, putting a KGB officer cap on my head, and grabbing my camera for a picture. The whole thing was pretty kooky but I wasn’t about to cross this guy! The museum contains a lot of uniforms, weapons, communication devices (phones, radios, ...
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- Business Services
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