Prague

I vaguely remember being in Prague when I was 13, enough to realize that things here have changed a bit since then. For example, I don’t remember seeing so many Asian noodle places back then. It’s slightly overrun by tourists and souvenir shops blasting Euro-beats, but it’s still a pretty fantastic city.

I stayed in an apartment overlooking this street near the center of the city. It had 4 beds, full kitchen, living room, and bathroom with washing machine and was roughly $60/night.

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View of the famous Charles bridge and Prague skyline.

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On the bridge.

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The Rudofinum, where the Czech Philharmonic plays.

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Dvorak concert by the Czech Philharmonic in Prague? Sure, why not.

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Another brain-teaser – an easier one, I think.

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Clock tower and obligatory astronomical clock picture. It’s a really old clock that has a little show on the hours.

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