Pretty PragueAugust 17, 2017 in Czech Republic
Dobrý den, Praha (Hello, Prague). We arrived in Prague late last night, after nearly a 4 hour delay. We were then delayed getting our baggage for another 30-40mins. Lucky our Air b&b host came to the rescue and picked us up from the airport. So this morning was the first time that we were able to explore the city.
Prague, the city of a hundred spires; apparently that has grown to five hundred since the nineteenth century. Prague is such a pretty city and it seems that every turn you make there is another photo opportunity.
From Praha 4, we walked into the old town, travelled by the Karluv Most (Charles Bridge), Prague astronomical clock, Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, Jewish Quarter and the Dancing House.
For some reason, people kept thinking that we were Russian tourists. There are a lot of Russian tourists here at the moment (along with many Spanish and Italian tourists. I'm not sure there's too many Spaniards left in Spain at the moment). What is it about us that makes people think we're German or Russian? Ne ruský, australský (not Russian, Australian).Read more