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May092019

The Art of Noticing Prague

An article by Rob Walker in The Guardian today, The art of noticing: five ways to experience a city differently, had me thinking about my week recently in Prague. As I read the article I noticed that I had used each of the five ways to different degrees to experience Prague last month. If you…

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Apr182019

St. Vitus Cathedral Prague Castle

My Catholic father wishes I published more photos of churches from my travels. The fire of Notre Dame in Paris had an impact on me. My wife and I saw Notre Dame years ago on a night cruise of the Seine on her only trip to Paris. I had walked through the cathedral a couple…

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Apr092019

Oslo vs. Prague price comparison

Prague is relatively cheap and Oslo is pretty damn expensive for a middle class American tourist. Six days in Prague eating out in restaurants two times every day, drinking copious amounts of beer, buying souvenirs and traveling all around the city on public transportation cost less than $300 for two of us. Less than 24…

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Jan202018

Prague Old Town Square Christmas Market

Prague appears fond of lighted trees in city squares during Christmas and New Year’s season. A festive Christmas Market in the historic Old Town city square features the twin towers of Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn as a backdrop.  Prague Orloj on the Old Town Hall tower was constructed in 1410 and remains…

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