Montag, 4. Oktober 2010

A Sunday in Prague

So my Dad went somewhere in the Czech Republic for some Race event or something and I decided to come with him and visit Prague a second time.
I slept in a really really cheap hostel, which was 30 minutes outside of the center. Though it was absolutely ok for just one night!
I set my alarm for 6.30 am on sunday, so I could see some sights without a fuckload of tourists everywhere.
BTW. the weather was cloudy and a bit foggy...
I took the metro to Mustek, which is just one stop away from charles bridge and some major sights.

near the John Lennon wall, seems like everybody whose in love or something just hung a lock there..

Charles Bridge (Karluv most)

I hope youre able to read spanish ;)

The John Lennon wall

Random text at the lock-stuff 
The BEST restaurant in prague, draught pilsner urquell for like 1,5 euro good czech food nice ambient!!
After visiting the stuff i wanted to see i just lost myself in the streets. I knew in which directions i would have to go to get back to the sights, but i just went on and on and discovered prague without any map :) (btw. the best way to "feel" a city!)
this is so true! just think what markets profit from war... also i only realized it when i walked alongside of it for the second time(especially that its in a endless form :O )

Kommentare:

  1. These pictures are awesome! I want to visit some place outside the states :<

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  2. I'm glad to see you having such a wonderful time. Prague must be amazing.

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  3. dude i love the john lennon graffiti and the various street art installations. post more when you get the chance.

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  4. It's good to see that you're beating inertia today :)

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  5. Sounds like a fun day! I'm almost jealous, I bet foreign street art is very interesting.

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  6. hey man those are some awesome photos, love the wall.

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  7. why is there a john lennon place in the Czech Republic?

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