Petrín Lookout Tower by Mitch Cary

Day 6 we visited a very packed Charles Bridge. Before crossing the bridge we got ice cream and went to an old market from the medieval ages. We then visited the Lennon Wall. The small stretch of wall was graffitied on during the Cold War when the Czechs were occupied by the Soviets. The graffiti explored western culture like music and movies. However, the wall was named after John Lennon, the member of the Beatles who was assassinated. The highlight of the day was in the afternoon after lunch when we climbed to the top of a small version of the Eiffel Tower, called the Petrín Lookout Tower. At the top, we were able to view the whole of the city in all directions.

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