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... the originals are still kept in a hidden room somewhere in the complex.
Another interesting building is the 10th century Basilica of St George, the oldest surviving church in the country. Founded by Vratislaus I of Bohemia in 920 the interior is Romanesque and rather austere. The more elaborate Baroque fašade dates from the late 17th century.
We exited the complex via the Golden Passage, a street of tiny and cute shops that now cater to the hordes of ...
... many times and therefore was occupying more and more of the lane, now leaving only about 1m in some parts), but there was still about that much again that I didn't get a chance to see! I spent about 4 1/2 hours there but still had other things I wanted to see, so thought I should keep moving. Without much of a plan I walked through more gorgeous streets, bought some souvenirs and a cheeky froth at a pretty pub/cafe I found that I later discovered had a good ...
... which was actually nicer than some of the gluwein we have tasted in our travels. The market stalls were in stark contrast to the modern and delicate look of Stockholm markets. Here, the more glitter and decoration the better. For me, the minimalist look works better. But each to their ...
... had been badly damaged by floods in 1342, and served as an important connection for trade between the east and west. It was completed by Petr Parléř, who also designed St. Vitus Cathedral, in 1402. The bridge was open to cars through 1965. Each end of the 515-meter-long span is fortified by the Malá Strana Bridge Towers and the Old Town Bridge Tower, respectively. The smaller of the Malá Strana towers is a relic of Judith Bridge dating to the 12th century ...
... written right there in plain Czech -- Misto/Sitzplatz 105 and 107. Of course, Misto/Sitzplatz!it, makes perfect sense now. Two seats in 2nd class, facing backward. So we are now tucked in to our bought and paid for Misto/Sitzplatz. Everyone aboard is so darned quiet! How am I going to munch on these Bohemia 5 prichuti chaluparsky spiz (5 roasted veggie chips, if the pictorial on the packaging is to be believed) without disturbing the ...