Royal Residence Ungelt
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The tourist season is hotting up - either that or Prague is a very popular destination. We really loved this beautiful city. Our apartment was perfectly placed near the old town square. The view of the Tyn church from our kitchen looked like the scene from a fairytale as you will see from the photos. The famous astronomical clock draws large crowds …
... eateries before entering the majestic Castle grounds. It was late in the day so we were unable to take a Castle tour until tomorrow but we enjoyed the Castle grounds and views overlooking Prague nontheless. At 9:30 pm we attended the theatre to watch an adaption of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" titled "Aspects of Alice". It was a mime play with some good visual effects but overall not what we ...
... I was once told that pool is like sex which I'm sure is untrue as a game of pool lasts much, much longer than every sexual encounter I've ever been involved in. Perhaps the allusion had to do with knowing when to be gentle and when to be aggressive - clearly these lads hadn't been given the same advice, or if they had, sex in Poland is a brutal and wild affair that frequently doesn't hit the mark.
Now Mikal had offered me one of his (massive) beers as soon as ...
... built this way to confuse an invading army on the myriad of narrow streets. It also made it easier for the locals to corner them. This made me feel much better about getting lost in these old towns. Its not my horrendous sense of direction, they are built to be confusing! After the tour I went up the tower at the town hall. Yes another tower, but like the last one this had an elevator. The view was spectacular. Prague is such a beautiful place. The only downside, ...
... I wanted to return to the hostel but Sophie insisted that we go to a brewery to watch the football. We drowned our sorrows in beer as we watched England come to another defeat. We began the next day with a walking tour, to get to grips with the city. Our hilarious guide, Karel, took us around all the main sites, including the Old Town square, the Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, Wenceslas square and the Jewish Quarter. His enthusiastic ...