Weekend Partying in Prague
By Roman Strobl on VIII 21, 2005
Yesterday a friend of mine got merried. She had a party in a pub on the Old Town Square, the famous one with the Orloj clock. It's also a place where well known Czech write Kafka was supposed to live (the funny thing about this is that there are quite a few places in Prague where they claim he lived - probably a good way how to attract tourists :-)
Anyway, the party was fun and we decided to something very stupid. All the boys took their belts from our trousers and we tied the bride by them. We carried her over several bars in Prague, all the tourists were staring at us, it really looked like if we captured her (she was quite loudly complaining about it, too). One of my friends had a problem with his trousers, while we were carrying the bride they were falling down. Which was another attraction for the shocked tourists.
The poor bride had to drink lots of alcohol, we drank chilli vodka and I thought I would scream when I drank it, it tastes... well... like vodka with a lot of chilli. Then we went to another bar where works a friend of us and got for her all kinds of exotic drinks. The funny thing is that for the whole time we did this, the husband didn't care - when we came back he was very calm about the whole thing :-)
We went dancing yesterday, I do not know from where I took the energy because I was dancing on Friday till morning. If you plan to visit Prague, I recommend to taste Prague's nightlife. In some clubs the atmosphere is very... hot... and the drinks are cheap if you come from west. A usual price of beer is less than 1 Euro or $1. Which is the reason why Prague is sometimes called the "fourth price category of Europe", the city center is full of foreigners who come here just to party.