Argh

Busy. Busy. No life. Work long hours. Business trips… This will go on until end of September. Great.

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~ by A on July 29, 2009.

3 Responses to “Argh”

  1. Hi
    I am a Malaysian living in Sweden and intend to visit Prague in Sept. I wonder if you can recommend me some places of interest incl good restaurants and shopping areas.

    Do you think I can find good Malaysian restaurants in Prague?
    Thanks.

    • Hi CClarice, unfortunately there’s no Malaysian restaurant in Prague šŸ™‚ The main tourist spots are in the city center, such as Wenceslas Square, Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, St.Vitus Cathedral, Prague Castle, Jewish Quarter.. The list goes on šŸ™‚

      My favourite restaurant that serves traditional Czech food is Ztraty & Nalezy (http://www.ztratynalezy.cz/default.asp?lang=2). It’s very near to the National Musuem. For Asian cuisine, Lemon Leaf (http://www.lemonleaf.cz/) has very good Thai food. China Fusion (http://www.china-fusion.cz/) is on the Wenceslas Square, it’s so far the best Chinese restaurant I have been to. A little bit pricey but the food is better than the other Chinese restaurants.

      Prague is a beautiful city. I’m sure you’ll have lots of fun here šŸ™‚

      • Hej
        Thanks for the recommendations.
        Will surely enjoy the trip to Prague.

        Take care and have a happy family reunion in Australia.

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