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... enjoy the outside and whisper
"For next time" to the wind
We descend the steps to catch a tram
And as usual, Alex is hungry
So we stop at a tiny tavern cafe
An old tollhouse - warm and welcoming inside
After soup, salad and a beer for the old guy
We continue on our way downtown
To participate in the 25th Anniversary of the Velvet Revolution
And we find it
A festival of sorts
Peace and environmental groups personing tiny tents, leafleting, drawing ...
... Battle of Prague. We then looped back around to visit the Jewish Quarter where we saw the Old-New Synagogue, Spanish Synagogue (which we later went into), the Old Jewish Cemetery (also went into), admired the architecture and saw some other buildings. The best part of this was the legend of Golum who was a clay man made by the rabbi of the old Synagogue (now the Old-New Synagogue since it's over 600 years old the old name was misleading) which helped the people of the Jewish quarter ...
... I got back it was 4pm and prime nap time. After a refreshing nap and chill out I made my way to the banks of the river for twilight. It was spectacular. I saw the bridges, the palace and a few other fancy buildings lit beautifully and stumbled across a free concert where a band were doing bluesy jazz covers of popular songs (when I say down they were doing Lady Gaga's Poker Face very well). When it was getting dark and late I made my way back stopping by the basilica which was lit ...
... to take a nap because we were all so exhausted. During nap time, Mom managed to blow a fuse in the hotel room by trying to use a European plug adapter. We still have 3 outlets and a lamp that don't work. The hotel has assured us this is not an unusual occurrence.
After a nap, we gathered what little energy we had to explore a tiny bit of Lesser Quarter and have dinner. Grandpa was falling asleep on his feet, but he gave in to my pleas and joined us for dinner. We ...
... I know from home, and our tour guide had also been my guide around Spain and Portugal a couple of years back. On arrival at the place where we were staying on the Saturday evening, at reception after just having paid for my stay I noticed a small sign reading "At the moment we have no heating and no hot water, apologies for any inconvenience". Excellent... good job it ...