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... people after one of Prague's famous pub crawls, decided to climb into the sculpture and scare a passerby. The woman who put her head inside while these drunkards were inside had such a shock that she almost cracked her skull open on a nearby bench when she fell. As a result of that, the hole is now closed, but the sculpture still remains.
The other sculpture is more interesting in my opinion. It's of a headless giant with a man sitting on his shoulders. ...
... and spend time just wandering around. We found the "Lennon Wall", a mural/graffiti tribute to the former Beatle located in the artist/student area (Lennon never visited Prague). Followed this up with a light salad lunch in another riverside cafe. Back for a nap before our evening excursion.
This night we booked ourselves a sunset dinner cruise on the Vtlava River. The excursion started with a 45 minute bus tour of the Old and New ...
... Czech, which makes it a thousand times cooler for me. Every time I leave the country I search high and low for shirts in different languages, and almost EVERY time I can find nothing but stupid sayings in boring old English. Why in the world would someone in Sweden want a shirt that says California Surfer Dude??? I can't figure it out. We were in the tents for hours, and by the time we couldn't eat any more (because our stomachs had already collectively swelled to the size ...
... the directions to our hostel were from a different train station. 21st century problems...took us a half hour to find WiFi so we could figure out how to get to our hostel.
I hear from people all the time about how Prague is their favorite city in the world. After our first full day I can imagine why. "Je to hesky? To me czechy!" Is it nifty? Then it's Czech! The city is full of beautiful architecture and bridges. The food is hearty meat ...
... it out. We eventually mad our way to the Jewish Museum, which was made up of 6 parts including a Jewish memorial that had names of 77,000 Czech Jews lining the walls inside, a cemetery and other synagogues. Quite astounding. We didn't have much else planned really. We slowly pub hopped our way around town to the old quarter. This place is stunning. A massive square with a fountain, the famous ...