Pretty damn interesting Prague

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Ibis Praha Wenceslas Square

Flag of Czech Republic  , Bohemia,
Sunday, October 30, 2011

Prague. Now I have been looking forward to Prague from the start. For a couple of reasons, one because everyone says it is great, I have seen photos before and it looks incredible, and thirdly, this is where beer history lives. A new reason to love Prague it is cheap. Finally a cheap place. We got into Prague and went straight onto a walking tour, not ideal when you have a massve gash on your toe. It was sore but well worth it, the castle was esquisite and the Charles bridge truelly unique. Prague is busy, like non stop, so I would like to come back and do it again, just becuase I would like to take more time to take it in. Back to the bus, check in, run quickly up the road, which was more like a fast walk about 2km up the road to do some washing. Dinner and then out for a quiet drink. We go to a place called beer factory, down a massive spiral set of stairs, to massive tables. In the middle is a beer tap with 4 draught spouts. How it works is you pay per litre of beer you drink as a group, I think we did like 13 litres, fresh Pislner Urquell, so that is what is supposed to taste like, nothing like what we get at home. And then the night turns a little spontaneous, and this is when I say the following words.... " what goes on tour, stays on tour" awesome night out, special bond one could say, walk back to the hotel and well yeah....awesome awesome night.

Next morning we splet in, dragged our bums out of bed at like 10' considerinng every morning has been a pre 8.30 departure it was well deserved. Today I spent most of the day with my awesome roomie, Nicola, who is a nurse, handy I know, hey, from Melbourne- nicest girl ever. We walked back into town on 1 mission.... A halloween outfit for our pub crawl. Our inspiration... Someone getting pulled over by a women police cop. We wondered around town bought vintage real, army, police hats and badges, which actually termed out to be communist badges, so they didn't stay on too long- how niave are we really! Then we met the rest of the group for a boat lunch cruise, cold but nice to see the city and the Charles bridge from the water. After the cruise we did more of town, bought the rest of the elememts for our outfits, hand cuffs, shirts, red lip stick, had a Star Bucks coffee, and then I got my nails done, half the price of home salons. Collected washing, packed, washed hair, dried hair and got dressed in like a hour- world record!!!

We all met in the Hans square, think that is the name, everyone looked so good, and off to our pub crawl. So the first hour and a half is free drinks, and you think that at age 28 you would learn to pace yourself, wine, vodka, beer, all you could have for 90 minutes, that is just stupid. Needless to say I remeber the following, my toe hurting becuase someone stood on it, the second club, meeting an American soldier names Matt, and leaving at like 10pm, I am either gettin too old for this or I am being a immature blonde and not pacing myself, either way, was acyually happy to be in bed early, as there was more drama with the rest of the group. I havn't spoken much about the others in the group. Overall everyone is nice, but there is a big age gap, half being under 20 and just finished school, and the other half being over 27, working, and 10 couples. The young guys seem to have a lot of high school drama, and bitchiness, whilst the rest of us just really got on and had a great time. Early start the next morning, Nicola was impossible to wake up this morning, she had a big night. Next stop St. Goar...
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