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... in gothic St. Vitus Cathedral
as are other kings and Czech saints. Poor Wenceslas was murdered by his brother – but that was years after his mother murdered his grandmother. One big happy dysfunctional family. By this point, it had begun to rain. It showered off and on as we strolled around the castle complex and toured St. Vitus. Finally it was time for the changing of the guard and our tour of ...
... powered through. After shopping, we met back up for a nuclear bunker tour. The bunker we saw could fit 2500 people and was not actually used during the war. It had a lot of war memorabilia on display. It was interesting to see. After the bunker tour we grabbed a slice of pizza before our black light theater show. Black light theater is popular in Prague. It was extremely strange but not bad. The ...
... of the city. From there we took the back roads into town where we went to a small little restautant /pub for a quick drink and accordian player! What a great time we had. Then it was off to walk through the "lesser town" and Old town, to walk accross the Charles Bridge at night. It is a famous historic bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague. ...
... holey’ statue and most of the contestants took this in the biblical sense, but they literally had to find the statue with a hole in it. I have always loved the Amazing Race, so we set off on a mission to find the ‘holey’ statue.
At our hostel in Prague we were lucky enough to share a room with the scum of Australia. They were two guys from Hoppers Crossing and they are an actual embarrassment to Australia. I just hope that other travelers ...
... so it was a small group. Words cannot describe how cute this place is...at night I felt like I was walking around in Ceasar's Forum Shops in Vegas...everything is so beautiful that it looks fake! From our tour we decided that we want to go back to Prague Castle and the St. Charles Bridge area.
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