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    Vltava, Hradcany and beer

    by Assenczo Updated Apr 26, 2015

    The Three Graces. Here is an angle where all three can be captured in one shot. Sitting at the Vltava river bank, looking at the lofty spires of Hradcani compound and tasting the intense local brew is the best combination after a long day of tourist work. Or even before an exhausting day of square and street exploration it is a good start, giving the right perspective of things to come. There is nothing more symbolic of Prague than the grand castle built through the centuries to host the seat of power in these lands, the majestic river dissecting the fairy-tale city, with the Carl's bridge hanging over and the local beer, stuff of legends. I have a soft spot for Prague since it was here where while listening to the gentle murmur of the waters (sound that had already echoed in my ears through the music of Smetana) I first discovered that beer is not necessarily bitter and joined the myriad fans of this nutritious liquid.

    Cheers!!!
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    Prague Spring

    by catherineneill Written Mar 19, 2006

    I will miss it but all my uni friends are going to Prague Spring this year. Starts on May 11th 2006 in Pragues Municipal House and goes on in different venues with different orchestras including the Wiener, Czech and Russian. I WANNA GO. If you go please let me know how it was.

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    Prague Spring

    by catherineneill Written Mar 19, 2006

    I will miss it but all my uni friends are going to Prague Spring this year. Starts on May 11th 2006 in Pragues Municipal House and goes on in different venues with different orchestras including the Wiener, Czech and Russian. I WANNA GO. If you go please let me know how it was.

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    Prague Spring

    by catherineneill Written Mar 19, 2006

    I will miss it but all my uni friends are going to Prague Spring this year. Starts on May 11th 2006 in Pragues Municipal House and goes on in different venues with different orchestras including the Wiener, Czech and Russian. I WANNA GO. If you go please let me know how it was.

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    ANOTHER FAMILY STROLL IN OLD PRAGUE

    by schurlif Updated Mar 1, 2006

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    Travelling with kids may be sometimes a pain in the neck BUT , I have to say , my kids really enjoyed and were a real nice company to be with .... I hope we adults were good company for them too....They didn't complain....
    So here we go walking again , Regina from Rio de Janeiro who has been my... well.... what? Lover...We have three sons together but we were never married. Regina , pushing the stroller with Thales Gabriel , then one year old , my youngest of a total of six children , three biological with Regina and three adopted with my ex wife... So , I'm a single father with three kids in Rio and raising three other kids in São Paulo of whom Anna Bianca ( in the pictures here four and a half years old...) is not only the youngest but she's also the only girl among five brothers.....
    I don't know about you but travelling with my kids has always been a special pleasure for me , even though there are some limitations , like you hardly can't go out at night or in a "better'" restaurant because many European countries are not family friendly yet.... Just walk there in a restaurant at 10:00 pm with two kids of that age and watch the reactions of waiters and other patrons.... And if the baby dares to start crying you (the "responsible" adult ) get killed by the looks of indignation by the people around you... What ? This is not a time to walk into a restaurant with "such" young kids , they better be quiet so as not to disturb the people around...? Well, grouchy european waiters and restaurant patrons , we're Brazilians and we love our kids and for us they're people too, you know..? And we don't treat them as if they were living in an Apartheid state.... !! ( I actually had no problems of this kind in Prague but in Vienna and Budapest I got into some heavy discussions with retarded waiters who dared to express disgust at having to serve my kids at an "inappropriate" hour.)
    Anyway , the walks were very nice and if you have small kids , don't let this stop you , take them along and manage the situation......

    Regina C��lia , Anna Bianca and Thales Gabriel RAT ( Regina,Anna,Thales) in Old Town Square RAT at Hradschin , St. Vitus in the back Stopping at the toy shop ( not Toys R Us...) Look at who just woke up.....
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    TAKE YOUR PRINCESS AROUND

    by schurlif Written Feb 9, 2006

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    These are pix of activities most foreign Prague visitors do , except I had my sweet little Princess Anna Bianca with me ( then four and a half years old....). So the special part was that I had my girl as photo model with me.....
    Should you have a small child (and , hey ! my youngest one , Thales Gabriel , then a little over one year old , was with us too..!!) enjoy being in the company of kids......
    They may make everything slightly more complicated , but roaming the streets of an unknown city with them makes the experience so much more "wonderful".....

    Presidential Palace Guard In the tramway going downtown Inner City Shop Facade near Charles Bridge On Charles  Bridge Anna meets the Middle Ages
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  • Cosmetic surgery abroad in Prague

    by tzdinakova Written Jan 29, 2006

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    Great saving on cosmetic surgery abroad in Prague, Czech Republic. Free consultation on facial plastic surgery, tummy tuck, liposuction, breast augmentation, breast enlargement, breast reduction and lift, face lift, nose surgery and correction, ears correction, eyelid surgery end eye bag removal. Plastic surgeons registered in the UK. Affordable cosmetic dentistry - dental implants, laser teeth whitening.

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    When in Czech, you should do...

    by sillybeans Written Feb 25, 2003

    When in Czech, you should do as the Czech's do.....eat, drink and be merry :). Prague is a beautiful city with so much to do and see. It's a great place to walk around and then catch a bus or train to another beautiful site in Prague and walk around there. You'll get great exercise, but be relaxing at the same time, there is so much to soak in. Enjoy!

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    In 1996 on my first visit. My...

    by j-san Written Aug 26, 2002

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    In 1996 on my first visit. My aunt dressed me up... oh dear! Coming from the oh-so casual Adelaide, she set about to transform me! hmm? ;))
    The interesting thing I found about Czech women's fashion (apart from it's poor quality), was that there were so many lingerie stores in the center of Prague at the time! My German friend made a joke then, that it was a bit like the Apotheke (drug store) on every corner in Germany... or the convenience store in Japan... wonder what it all means!!? Wonder if that's still the case.

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  • Tennis

    by margobubs Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    There are lots of good tennis courts in Prague.
    We were lucky enough to go when the Open Championship semi finals were being held, and we had a great afternoon out.
    Here again you can get affordable tickets.

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    On the right you can see the...

    by Insider Written Aug 25, 2002

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    On the right you can see the swimming pool in Prague, the site of the swimming competition I was part of.

    can say I loved the swimming pool, cause it's much better then most of them in Slovenia, which I'm used to.

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    Earlier I mentioned this...

    by Venturingnow Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Earlier I mentioned this statue that you are supposed to run to bring you back to Prague. Well, I showed you one of the pictures, now here is the picture of the top of the statue.

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    Look down

    by Peter123 Updated Feb 8, 2007

    Once done with buildings details, have a look down at the way central Prague is paved: mostly white and black coble stones.

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    Be careful !!!

    by mauro_pd Updated Jun 26, 2005

    Too lazy to take notes during the walking, I forgot which church is this ... but if I'm not so wrong there should be a kind of warning inside against robbery ... mah ?!?!?!

    The facade
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  • monument

    by Knocking_at_Heaven Written Jan 13, 2005

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    i am not good at taking pics:):):) boring sometimes:):) prefer just to look
    so this is one of their monuments - in general Prague combines modern art with classic ancient style

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