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We squeezed into a mini bus for a 7 hours journey to Prague. It was a long and tiring trip. The countryside is beginning to all look the same and my interesting is fading as time goes on. I heard someone on the tour describe European tours as 'ABC' tours - another bloody castle, another blood cathedral and I am starting to feel that way. Our hotel was a little way out of the city centre, which comprises four sectors. The old town, the new town, ...
Arrived in Prague from Singapore via Frankfurt at 11.45pm, met by a Scenic rep,taken to our hotel and went to bed immediately after booking in. Had to be ready to go on our first tour at 8am next morning. Prague is the capital of the Chech Republic,which was formerly part of Chechoslavia.Slavarkia is now a separate country. Communist rule ended in the 1990's. The tour finished with a visit to 2 beer breweries,naturally we had a beer or wine at each and a tasting plate ...
... days, every group of panelaks had these incincerators and residents could burn off rubbish, very much frowned upon in the modern CR where recycling bins for everything are highly visible. This particular set of chimney stacks are a little more obvious than others given the rock climbing handholds attached very liberally around all four stacks all the way to the top.
And no fence.
Yep, anyone ... drunk, stupid or both, ...
... part of the Lobkowicz palace. The terrace area of the cafe has a commanding view of the area below. Then there is a area of viewing which is better than the cafe terrace. And there are steps going all the way down. We then walked down the oldest vineyard in Czech which is dotting the hills down. Then crossed the Lesser Town to the St.Nicholas church for a look at its gothic dome. Its the best gothic church North of the ...
... was packed in tight with the audience, who were very appreciative and polite. After the concert we let the students loose in one of the Prague Xmas markets just outside the church. Henley, Barrett and I found a little outdoor restaurant with gas heaters. They had blankets on the seats and we had the best hot chocolate I've ever tasted! The Prague Astronomical clock was in the square where the markets were. This is one of the highlights of Prague. The Prague astronomical clock is ...