August 29, 2012


From Munich we hopped on a train, where our cabin smelled of puke, for a 6 hour ride to Prague. We'd been told that Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and within minutes of leaving the hotel to wander about we had no doubts about that being true. Our hotel was a former restored theatre with art nouveau architecture. We spent the first day walking about aimlessly. It was mostly spent looking at all the intricate buildings. The next day we ventured over the famous Charles Bridge to visit Prague Castle. We ended up eating at a delicious vegetarian restaurant for dinner, which was a nice change, as the trip had been fairly meat heavy to that point. The highlight of the last day was listening to the Prague Royal Orchestra perform at the Municipal House. After checking out of our hotel, we made it to the train station with a few minutes to spare. On the platform we realized we had left the stub that showed our seat reservation numbers in our hotel room. We hopped on, guessed a cabin, and were off to Berlin.

Breakfast area at the hotel

Municipal House

Inside St Vitus Basilica 

The Prague Mango store

Symphony venue inside the Municipal House

Czech countryside

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