Trip Start Jun 01, 2013
25Trip End Jun 25, 2013
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Now - Today we continued our tour of this awesome city. A lot of people come to Prague to get married, and it also appeared a lot of college age kids came for the nightlife. We saw countless weddings all over the city. In the morning, we took Rita up to see the Prague Castle. By pure luck we stumbled into the changing of the guard ceremony in the first courtyard of the castle
In the afternoon we went down to the old town square and grabbed a bite to eat, while soaking in the atmosphere. It is a beautiful square, with a lot of history, people congregating, and street performers.
In the evening while Krista and Mark went on a lover's stroll throughout the city, Rita and I attended a concert. Prague has a lot if classical music history. Mozart worked here, they have the Prague philharmonic, and the Prague conservatory which is a prestigious classical music school. The three musicians we saw were world renowned. Being that they are from the Czech, I don't have the keys on this keyboard to even begin spelling their names.
Prague is an awesome city, and I would highly recommend this jewel of Central Europe. It is only a short train ride from Munich or Berlin.
P.S. the McDonalds in Lesser Town is the best of ever seen. Besides the cheesecake bar and waffles fries, they have lounge chairs to eat in.