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  • Day5

    Dresden / Fahrt nach Prag

    August 29, 2020 in Czech Republic ⋅ ☁️ 19 °C

    Den zweiten Wandertag waren nur Micha und ich unterwegs, die Jungs blieben in Dresden.
    Brauchten wohl Pause vom Laufen. 😅
    Wir sind zum Nationalpark Sächsische Schweiz gefahren. Megaschöne Landschaft!!!
    Vieeeeeel frische Luft und Bewegung, meine Schrittzähler App denkt bestimmt, sie läuft nun mit ner anderen Person mit. 😂😂
    Abends waren wir noch lecker Essen, Jan und Jonas liessen sich natürlich zur Ferienwohnung beliefern. Ist ein Traum für sie mit den Möglichkeiten in einer Stadt wie Dresden 😋
    Zum Abschluss haben wir bis Mitternacht mal wieder gebinokelt, tja und gegen die Kids verloren.😎
    Am nächsten Morgen geht's Richtung Tschechien, Prag - auf dem Weg dorthin nehmen wir eine Wandertour dann im Nationalpark Böhmische Schweiz mit.
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    Silke P.

    Da isser ja wieder 😂😂

    8/29/20Reply
    Sandra und Micha on Tour

    😂😂😂

    8/30/20Reply
    Jörg Dani

    Tolle Bilder von euch allen. Ihr dürft nur nicht den Dialekt aus Sachsen mit nach Hause nehmen. 😅

    8/29/20Reply
    Sandra und Micha on Tour

    Ohja, nicht wirklich 🤣🙉

    8/30/20Reply
     
  • Day2

    Tag 2: Prag

    September 10, 2019 in Czech Republic ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    Heute ging es zu Fuß ins etwa 5 km entfernte Zentrum von Prag und unser Rubi konnte sich auf einem schönen Parkplatz direkt an der Moldau etwas von der gestrigen Fahrt erholen. Nachdem die Verkehrslage gestern um Welten besser als die Wetterlage war haben wir uns gegen einen Zwischenstopp in Pilsen entschieden und sind direkt nach Prag gefahren.Read more

  • Day16

    Prague - Day 1

    January 5, 2020 in Czech Republic ⋅ ☀️ 2 °C

    So we set off towards the Old Town on our first day in Prague and I was pleasantly surprised to see the Christmas Markets were still going strong! I think Ed had seen enough Christmas Markets to last a life time and the poor vendors must’ve been over too although they all would finish up on the 6th January so only one more day. And nothing beats the smell of Christmas spices and roasting meats while you explore the city. The astronomical clock is beautiful and our photo doesn’t do it justice as the sun/shadows weren’t in our favour.

    We decided to get a view of the famous Charles Bridge before walking over it and Ed got a great shot of the size and amazing architecture. We wandered up to the Prague Castle and spent a couple of hours exploring its interesting history. The Cathedral in the Castle grounds is a wonder to behold! I also had to include some photos of Ed’s amazing lunch up at the restaurant. My fresh ginger tea was also amazing :)

    On our way down from the Castle we found the famous Stredoveka Krcma (Medieval Tavern) and headed down into the eerie stone pub which has been open daily since 1375. That was an experience!

    Our walk home took us over the Charles Bridge and we had some great views looking over the city (once you manoeuvre around the thousands of tourists and their selfies!)

    A day well spent and some sore legs to put up by the end of the day! Lauren X
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    The endless journey

    I stood in that exact spot!

    1/8/20Reply
    The endless journey

    They love their meat and dumplings.

    1/8/20Reply
    Lauren Crick

    Ed thought they were a little stingy on the meat though haha.

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  • Day4

    Immensité

    July 5 in Czech Republic ⋅ ⛅ 22 °C

    Aujourd’hui, départ vers 9h15 de l’auberge de jeunesse pour se rendre au château de Prague, considéré comme le plus grand château fort d’Europe !

    Ce château se situe de l’autre côté de la Vlatva, la (très grande) rivière qui traverse Prague.

    Après avoir fait un petit stop dans un Starbucks à la vue splendide, nous avons débuté les visites en commençant par la cathédrale Saint-Guy (ou St. Vitus en anglais), qui est juste incroyablement belle et immense.

    Le château en lui même n’était pas non plus exceptionnel, mais c’était quand même sympa de visiter! Puis le cadre était quand même magnifique.

    Un petit peu plus bas se trouvaient des vignes, où nous sommes allé.e.s boire un verre en admirant la vue.

    Puis, nous avons mangé et sommes allé.e.s nous poser dans le parc du Sénat de Prague, pour ensuite rentrer à l’auberge et y passer la fin de journée !
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    Mehdi Bourgouin

    genial ton petit voyage, jespere que tu es pas trop fatiguee, bisous,

    7/5/21Reply
    Camille Avenard

    Merci, c est vrai un peu fatiguant mais y a pas de fatigue qui soit! Lol! big bisous 😜

    7/5/21Reply
    Mehdi Bourgouin

    ah bon entendeure.

    7/5/21Reply
    Mehdi Bourgouin

    Régis.

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    Mehdi Bourgouin

    Régis.

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  • Day19

    Last day in Prague

    February 19, 2020 in Czech Republic ⋅ ☁️ 3 °C

    Well I can't believe I have been here already for 2 days ..... it's gone so fast.

    This city is incredible. The architecture is like a masterpiece on ever corner, waking under arches and over bridges that have been there for hundreds of years. The colour and the vibrancy of the place makes you feel alive right from entering the city. From street performers to smoked sausage and ham on the streets to legends and myths at every corner.

    It has been an incredible experience and one which I will absolutely be coming back to experience again.
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    David Braidwood

    Glad you enjoyed it after the previous disappointment.

    2/19/20Reply
    Lynsey Braidwood

    It was amazing. On to Budapest tomorrow

    2/19/20Reply
    Evelyn Hak

    It sounds like the best city visited so far, glad you enjoyed your time here x

    2/19/20Reply
    Lynsey Braidwood

    It's good but berlin for me is still number 1 x

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  • Day5

    Chaleur, vertige et plouf

    July 6 in Czech Republic ⋅ ☀️ 25 °C

    Aujourd’hui, il faisait chaud, voire même très chaud !

    Nous avons commencé notre journée par une visite du quartier Malá Strana, un quartier super mignon remplit de petits parcs et de petits coins hyper sympas au bord de la rivière.

    Ensuite, nous avons pris le funiculaire afin de grimper la colline de Petrìn pour pouvoir ensuite monter dans la fameuse tour (qui ressemble très sincèrement à la Tour Eiffel) pour admirer une vue spectaculaire sur tout Prague et ses alentours. Ça donnait un peu le vertige mais c’était vraiment sympa!

    Avec la chaleur, nous avons décidé de nous rendre à la piscine, ce qui a vraiment été une idée de génie vu la chaleur!
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    Mehdi Bourgouin

    tres jolie peti paradi sur terre, PROFITE BIEN AVEC TES AMIS, nous c était blanquette de veau avec monique la voisine et ta grand mère, bise

    7/6/21Reply
    Camille Avenard

    Laisse moi en de la blanquette! Tu as déjà un assez gros ventre! A bon entendeur lol gros bisous 😜

    7/6/21Reply
    Mehdi Bourgouin

    Régis.

    7/6/21Reply
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  • Day13

    Sleep&go

    August 11 in Czech Republic ⋅ ⛅ 22 °C

    Erstes Hostel: bunte, leuchtende Bilder lockten uns auf der Webseite und dann gibts keine Fenster😳 ??? Naja...schließlich haben wir ja "romantische" Kapseln gebucht. Is ja voll im Trend😏🤪
    Den Schock musste Moni erst mal verdauen.
    Letztendlich war alles halb so schlimm 😅🍀
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    Piękna jak zawszę [Ilona Łukasik]

    10/27/21Reply
    Monika Steen

    Dziękuję bardzo

    10/27/21Reply
     
  • Day1

    Stadtrundgang

    November 15, 2019 in Czech Republic ⋅ ☀️ 12 °C

    Nachdem mer hüt morge achoo sind hemmer euses Gepäck im Hotel verstaut und sind z'fuess d'stadt go erkunde.

    Es hett gfühlti all 20m en Süessigkeite Lade 🍬 🍭😄.
    I de Altstadt stönd ganz vill schöni Chile und Statue. D'karlsbrugg und d'burg simmer au scho go aluege😁.

    Etz gömmer denn go Znacht esse 🤗🍖🥘
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    Mäggi Zurfluh

    Sind die Süssigkeiten echt?😉lg Mäggi

    11/16/19Reply
    Jan Truong

    Echt und au sehr fein😋🍰

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  • Day18

    Prague - Day 2 & 3

    January 7, 2020 in Czech Republic ⋅ ⛅ 2 °C

    Not too many photos from our last couple of days in Prague as we went to some museums and galleries where you weren’t allowed to take photos - understandably. Day 2 took us to the Museum of Communism which was really interesting and I’m really pleased we decided to go. I’m not a big history buff but the exhibition was so informative and well set out with lots of memorabilia from the last 100 years of Prague’s history. Highly recommend! We wandered through the Jewish Quarter of Prague which was fascinating too.

    For our final day in Prague, I wanted to spend some time exploring some interesting art galleries so we started at the Musuem of Miniatures which features the tiny works from Anatolij Konenko. It was mind blowing. He has created artwork like nothing I’ve ever seen before working on small surfaces such as poppy seeds, a strand of hair or a grain of rice. Ed managed to get a couple of photos on his phone looking into the microscopes (go Galaxy S8 for skill!).

    We went for a walk around the area of the Strahov Monastery and as it was getting pretty cold by this point, we ended up heading into the Monastery Beer and Wine Cellars which have been used for over 800 years. The restaurant down the bottom was fantastic and I got to try their freshly brewed Cherry Beer which was amazing. Of course I made Ed sample the food so he had some amazing looking (and tasting I’m sure!) black sausage stew. No complaints from him haha!

    We had a couple of hours to kill before heading to the airport so decided to head to the National Gallery which is in the Fair Trade Palace. A lot of local Czech artists featured in there and a few Picasso and Matisse as part of the collection. Was a good little stop over! 

Then off to the airport for our flight to Copenhagen. Chat in a few days :D

    Lauren xx
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    Jenno Griffo

    The beer looks awesome - but I hope you found something to eat too, Lauren~...!? Xx ⁉️

    1/8/20Reply
    Jenno Griffo

    So enchanting~.... Xx ❣️

    1/8/20Reply
    Hi-fli

    In Copenhagen, Ed can tell 'them' that his Step-great-great-great-great grandfather ordered Nelson not to attack the Danish fleet, so we did our best, and they must owe you a beer or two each!! (Nelson famously ignored the signal.)

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  • Day5

    Prag

    August 29, 2020 in Czech Republic ⋅ ☁️ 17 °C

    Wir sind bereits in Prag angekommen, gleich geht's los auf Tour. Komme kaum dazu unsere Erlebnisse zu dokumentieren, haben von morgens bis abends Action und Programm 😂😂😂
    Gestern waren wir 9 km wandern im Nationalpark Böhmische SchweizRead more

    Jörg Dani

    Checker

    8/29/20Reply
    Sandra und Micha on Tour

    😎😎😎

    8/30/20Reply
     

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