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... between Havelská and Kozna streets which contains an upmarket bar and a Hooters. I was provided with the usual map of the area, along with a couple of pages of useful info like where the nearest supermarket was, the best place to change money, a list of nearby restaurants broken down by cuisine and price, as well as the best places to go for a drink.
This was followed by a tour of my room, a converted attic of immense proportions - easily twice the size of my ...
... similar device is used today for interrogation.
A person body was placed on the device. It had spikes and was very painful. There arms and legs were attached to ropes and as some turned the machine it stretched their body and pulled off their limbs.
There were any more devices and interesting stories. Every device had a detailed description and examples. If you ever have the chance these museums are worth a view.
... up our bags from the hotel and heading towards the station for our overnight train. We had some trepidation regarding the journey having read a few horror stories online but we could not have been happier. Getting into our sleeper cabin the conductor gave us a rundown on how to lock the door and advised where he was should we have any trouble, none of that was necessary though as we were soon lulled to sleep by the rock of the train heading towards our next destination of ...
... when the first time I felt that Prague is as beautiful as people say. It really does look like a fairy tale city when viewed from the roof tops like this, but I'm sorry to say that walking he streets of Prague has left me a bit disappointed. The streets are literally clogged with tourists. There are organised tours absolutely everywhere with tour guides raising their umbrellas followed by their hoard of followers, sometimes as many as 40 or 50, filing down the ...
... we'll never see it like that as it's too big of an attraction...unless we show up at 5am. (Never going to happen.)
We hurried across the bridge, keen to get away from the claustrophobia caused by all the people and started on our own little food tour of Prague. First up was coffee and cake. It was OK, nothing I care to elaborate on. As it was nearing 6pm we considered the beer tour again but ultimately decided it wouldn't be worth the cost so instead ...