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... watched the changing of the guards ceremony at noon. There was a wicked church inside the castle that looked very eerie from the outside with carvings and gargoyles on the outside...inside there were HUGE stain glass windows..It was called St Vitus Cathedral. I was kicked out if the church because I had brought a coffee in... oops..
We will be putting up a few videos soon.. they are ready we just have to download them to youtube..
Anyways so far Prague is our favourite City!
And we were off to Prague, a 2-1/2 hour drive.
We could not drive our car into Czech, something about a problem with the insurance. We planned to ride the train but at the last minute Dieter got the days off and we rode with him.
We checked into our hotel, the same one we'd stayed at 2 years ago; they let us check in an hour early. This time we stayed in the main hotel, last time we were in rooms off to the side.
... s view of the EU and NATO (they like both a lot), and his strong advocacy for the shared Czech and US values of freedom and the belief in allowing each person to "follow their wishes" ! He was impressive and inspiring !
From there we walked through the Strakhovsky Monastery, enjoyed the amazing views of Prague from the top of the hill for the last time, and took a last group picture (sniff). After that a few of us had lunch at, of all ...
... depths of this ancient pub where their screams could not be heard. I settled in and waited for George to appear and play.
I was also waiting for a young German couple I’d met on the tour earlier that day. Johnny and Za, who were on a small weekend holiday from their home town of Dresden, had agreed to join me to see if George’s playing skills were as good as his tour. I waited, not knowing if they would turn up, and got talking to a middle aged record producer ...
... was packed in tight with the audience, who were very appreciative and polite. After the concert we let the students loose in one of the Prague Xmas markets just outside the church. Henley, Barrett and I found a little outdoor restaurant with gas heaters. They had blankets on the seats and we had the best hot chocolate I've ever tasted! The Prague Astronomical clock was in the square where the markets were. This is one of the highlights of Prague. The Prague astronomical clock is ...