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6/6 – 6/10 Prague, Czech Republic

From Vienna we traveled north to Prague, where we were introduced to the Czech language and a new currency, Koruna. In our first couple days we covered the standard castle and cathedral tours. We then took advantage of the great weather by paddle boating in the Vlatava River, and also did some beer tasting at the Prague Beer Museum.

We were among a ton of other young tourists who were taking advantage of the low prices and sunny weather of Prague. Most meals cost five or six dollars and you won’t pay more than two dollars for a beer, making it an increasingly popular destination.

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Charles Bridge, the main pedestrian (tourist) bridge
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The tower leading onto the bridge

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Adrian working through lots of tourists, bridge performers, and art stands
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Another gothic cathedral…
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Alright, this one has a pretty sweet stained glass Gandalf

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Some city views from the castle…
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Ooohhhhh aaaahhhhhh
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Charles Bridge from the other side
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Happy Nate with four lagers
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Happy Adrian paddling down the river
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Good King Wenceslas looked out, on the Feast of Stephen!

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Not everyone was a fan of the King and his Christmas carols
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Ahh!!
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Old Town Square
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The Prague orloj, the oldest medieval astronomical clock still in operation

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We came across a bar hosting a 1 day blues fest. The 6 year old drummer killed it!

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