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... on, some of the old city gates. After a bit more wandering, we stopped for a couple of beers and a very measly plate of chips, before slowly heading back towards our hostel. We decided en route not to risk cooking in the awful hostel kitchen, so opted for a Lebanese restaurant on the way home instead.
We stopped at the local supermarket on the way home, and bought milk and a few things for breakfast. After braving the horrible ...
... home to rest before wandering out again. We shopped for eateries and settled on one in a courtyard. The longed-for dessert we picked was apple strudel with cream and ice cream. It was filled with walnuts.
Notice the last photo where Tommy said that I shopped until he dropped. He found ...
... at least 2.5cms of head on it. A slip of paper, about the size of your standard shopping docket, will be put on one end of the table, and there will be a number of strokes made by the waiter in accordance with your consumption. If there are women drinking at the table, they might have .3 litre glasses, here called a small or 'maly' and thus there will be two lines of pencil strokes. As you reach the last inch of your glass, your waiter appears and nods at the glass, you ...
... services. The complex was pretty cool although after walking around for half hour I was done. I did spot a little Eiffel tower in the distance (it’s like the one in Paris, but smaller) as well. I then ventured down the long set of steps and made my way back to the main part of Prague. I had planned to check out the Jewish cemetery properly but it was a bit of a stitch up, you had to buy tickets for all these other synagogues that I really didn’t want to see so I ...
... of the 80,000 Czech Jews who perished in the Holocaust painted on the walls, the names are not very large yet they cover walls and walls inside this synagogue.
They are listed by family name, then the individual's name with their birth date where known and the date of their death, so it was easy to see the ages of all those who had perished. It took 4years for the names to be repainted after they ...