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Monday, July 25, 2011Hlavni mesto Praha, Czech Republic

The main reason for our vacations in Czech Republic was that Rifkinda's brother was getting married here on the 23th July. So we decided to extend our holidays and get to know a little bit more of this country. Of course, we had to find some caches, too. The first one was at the airport, near the [url=http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?wp=GC2K83T]Douglas DC-3 OK- XDM[/url].

#2969, 2011/07/25 15:20

If you are coming to Prague you have to cross the Charles bridge on foot!
It's amazing the amount of muggles crossing the bridge, taking photos at every statue!
Rifkinda opened her guide book and tried to identify the statues along the way! The statue where we should take the requested photo was easy to recognize and was the one with the most muggles around it!
Along the bridge, some artists were selling their works! Some drew portraits, others sang (choir music) and many others were selling some artcraft or paintings with scenes of Prague.
Soon we arrived at the statue with the polished dog! Of course we had to touch it and take a photo!
In Brussels there is also a tradition like this at the Grand Place!
When we finally crossed the river and passed the gate it looked like we were in a completely different place. Two men were simulating a medieval fight and everybody stopped there to see the show!

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After the battle we decided to explore this part of the city, and eventually passed by [url=http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?wp=GC14WV8]Terezka[/url]. On the way, we ate our first Trdelník. Lovely stuff! Had never heard of it before. Very good indeed!

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Best of luck! Best of luck!

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