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... la época que pertenecieron al campo soviético. El museo tenía una óptica que por momentos rozaba lo ridículo en su retórica anticomunista, pero había un archivo de imágenes y objetos digno de ser visto. Con uno de los gurises, que fue en otro momento al museo, comentamos que el material gráfico de la llamada "Primavera de Praga" del año 1979, que fue una ola de protestas reformistas ...
... of water to share and to pay to use the toilet!! The view was amazing though so it was definitely worth it and the walk was through a really beautiful park. It was just a pity we had time constraints so had to jog it!! There was a furnicular up there but again we didn't have enough cash to pay for that and it would have been a bit of a cheat's way out!
We walked across Charles Bridge which is a pedestrian only bridge with lots of statues ...
... br> torture museum, this had lots of cool torture instruments on display.
I then walked across Charles bridge, returned and then started
looking for a place to eat dinner.
I found a place near the old square, it had
nice cheap food that came quickly and the beer was good – Czech
beer is one of the best. After dinner I went back to the hotel, where
I did a bit more washing, used the internet and the went to bed,
prepared for another day in Prague.
We got in from Decin the night before and the group made me walk back to the apartment instead of taking a cab.
My legs are aching and my back hurts, I am looking forward to a leisurely stroll in Prague. Nothing too physical. A visit to Prague Castle and walk along Mala Strana sounds good. We had slept in after that tiring day the day before but Ms Pan insists on the Changing of the Guard and tries ...
... far the ‘biggest and best’ that the country has to offer. Much akin to Munich in the way of its many offerings, we first acquainted ourselves with the city by simply wandering its many streets and many stores. Indeed, there are shopping opportunities within Vienna to satisfy literally everyone - the various comic shops, hobby huts, art studios, toy emporiums, knickknacks and department stores providing more than enough to wet our own appetites. Of course, ...