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- Non-smoking hotel
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... to continue once he had graduated and was working in his field. We rode the tram up to the Castle where we walked around the grounds, and got to hear all about the history of Prague. We learned a new term on this tour – defenestration – which involves getting thrown out of a window if you anger or displease someone. Apparently this is something that has happened a couple of times in Czech history, but for fear ...
... in protest of the Warsaw Pact intervention against the Prague Spring reforms, which liberalised government policies and human rights restrictions. Two fellow students also later carried out the same action years later and in 1989, twenty years after Palach's death, large scale protests were held in what became known as Palach Week, a precursor to the Velvet Revolution later the same year. Just a reminder that every person has the ability to change the ...
We ventured to Prague Castle in the morning and explored the many parts of the grand complex - from the halls to the torture chambers and a more in-depth tour of St Vitus Cathedral. We glimpsed the changing of the guards and then made our way to Our Lady of Victories once more so Marc and Elle could visit the Infant of Prague. We had a nice lunch just across from the church and then returned to ...
... when you see the old cemetery that is now several meters above street level with tombs very close together and in weird positions, all because of the 12 layers or bodies buried there; that's all the space they had. It's also quite funny how this whole area, once the poorest, now is home of all the rich stores like Prada, Gucci, Rolex, etc. We them went to see the powder tower, the municipal building and the new town. We saw the square that was ...
... music and just taking it all in. If I've learned one thing in Europe its to stop and relax, which reminds me of how crazy of a control freak I am in the US. The new piece of mind has allowed me to experience the cities in a way that you couldn't if you spent all of your time running from monument to monument. We walked down some side streets and I saw a sign for chocolate beer. Thinking that this would be the first and likely last opportunity in my life to try it, I went in ...