Apartment Letna I
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We drove to Prague stopping at Mauthausen concentration camp before we left Austria. It was so interesting and sad, there was living quarters, stairs which the prisoners had to carry stone from the quarry to build the camp, showers for disinfection, gas chamber and crematorium as well as museum house in the old hospital explaining ...
... station! The exhaustion of the last few weeks is absolutely catching up with me now - we got back mid afternoon and then napped until a later dinner. Even Tash napped that entire time - she initially had full intentions of going back into the city for dinner and another walk, but finally finally succumbed to fatigue! While I did enjoy seeing Prague, I would definitely return next time during the week so I could get more done ...
... of the national gallery where an alternative grunge/rap/rock band was playing. Imagine a man reciting beatnik prose passionately in Czech, with 3 middle aged ladies armed with boas dancing heads down, swaying around like rag dolls, plus band. All quite bizarre. Third stop was the Charles bridge which had buskers playing classical music. Not sure how many other cities in the world you can do a music tour like this for free! We've gotten a crash ...
... house was restored and filled with interesting things from different time periods. A special museum told the long history of the castle and showed off all kinds of super old artifacts excavated from the site. Brittany really enjoyed it but Chelsea was bored and I was so hungry I would've (as my father would say) "eaten the boogers out of a dead man's nose". What a gross expression! Brittany's going to yell at me for that one... :) We were almost completely out of cash ...
... on the street was a gorgeous collection of old shops, some of them preserved as museums and others still making wooden toys and selling chocolates and boiled lollies.
Walking around and absorbing the sights in Prague was a delight. There is very little that isn’t pretty and old, and more than once I found myself pausing to take in the narrow streets and winding lanes. The city was saved from destruction during the wars and continues to impress its thousands of visitors ...