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... and there was many food and craft booths as well as a farmer's market in Republic Square.
We visited the Municipal House which is the city's foremost Art Nouveau building, and said to be one of the finest in Europe. Inside is a magnificent complex of rooms, including the largest concert hall in Prague, an ...
... was so refreshing considering how WARM it was. A slight change from the weather we have been previously experiencing. Dropping off our bags we had plenty of time to spare before we were due to head to the Prague Pubcrawl we had booked. So we went for a walk, grabbing some crown out of the ATM before grabbing some snacks at the local general store. One thing we couldn't believe was how cheap the alcohol was here!!! I'm talking around $10 for a litre bottle of Absolut ...
... miserliness, death and the Turks on each side. Needless to say, given the group the clock designers put the Turk with, they were not popular. Strangely, today the base of the clock had been taken over by a group of Chinese brides for a photo op. Our morning snack was a Trdelnik, a Czech pastry that is made over open coals. A group was playing music that sounded a little Celtic. The group had a violin, a type of guitar a strange relative of a bagpipe. A great sound; ...
... and left it a little later, again it was blue skies and plenty warm sunshine, great you would think but no it seemed like every man and his dog was out walking backwards and forwards across the bridge, it took me one full hour to cross over and back, I still cant make up my mind if I enjoyed the experience or not, ok I did but only because I loved Prague, I think if I had to choose a European city to live in Prague would be right up there on the top ...
... a different world just 50 yards up the street with little markets,musicians,"glasses half filled with water" musicians, cobblestones, trams and hundreds of tourists. I went for tour of the area in a "cycle rickshaw". Don't know what they are called but we went through theJewish area and I couldn't help but recall some of those foreign films I have seen set in Prague about the war. My guide/cyclist(see photo) was a young man who has just ...