After exploring the museum, enter the metro stop—Muzeum. Take the metro one stop to náměstí Míru. Ride one of the longest elevators in the world. Exit the station and turn left. Walk down Rumunská Street until you reach Bělehradská Street (four blocks). Turn left. Continue straight; do not turn down right at the fork in the road. The street turns into U Zvonařky. On the right, you will pass the café where Paul read the journals. Continue further and you will reach Steve’s apartment complex—Residence Zvonařka, located next to Le Palais hotel (actual names). Walk to the end of the road (do not turn left) and you will see a nice view of southern Prague.

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The world fell away under them. The level street leading up to the complex gave no indication that it sat perched high upon a hill overlooking all of southern Prague. While the view was not the most picturesque, it had character. Each morning when the sun rose, ten kilometers of character were projected through a series of floor-to-ceiling windows, filling the apartment with natural light. At night, specks of light throughout the valley below formed a pointillistic landscape.


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