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... can't post my photo in front of it as I look pregnant. Don't worry everyone I am not-I just had my bag under my coat.
Oh well, more reason to go back to this magnificent city, that, and they have a blacklight theatre showing of Alice in Wonderland every night-haha I am overseas and still partially working! Apparently it uses a variety of different styles of theatre and technology-so my cup of tea.
Anyways the rumours are true-it is a magnificent but quaint city-I love it!!!
... the Airbnb network. I can't recommend finding accommodation this way highly enough. We've stayed in such amazing, cool and central locations with great facilities. A hotel in the same locations would cost three times the price. Like Florence, Prague is so photogenic. In and around the old city and along the Vltava river, the city is a fairytale of cobblestone streets, pastel dolls house facades, castle spires and fortifications. The soft light ...
I was up reasonably early this morning to catch my train to Prague. My train was at at 9.01 and this is Germany, when they say 9.01, what they mean is 9.01. My train was quite old, it had compartments. I haven't been on a train like that in eons. I was sharing a compartment with a lovely older Scottish couple and a very nice older german couple who were quite happy to chat until they realised we couldn't understand a word they were saying. The countryside on ...
... got myself a pair of shoes that won't kill my feet!!
After hanging out for a while I headed back to Old Town Square, where there are always hundreds of tourists, street artists, and a place to sit and have a sausage and a beer. I spent hours listening to music and watching the people wander by. I climbed the astronomical clock tower and took pictures from the top to the strains of "Hallelujah" from ...
... inhuman artefacts, from devices designed to crush bones, break knuckles, pierce arteries and tear flesh. As one might expect, several were dedicated to the sexual organs. I felt particularly sorry for women who had looked at another man in a ‘suspicious manner’, the punishment for which was to have a chafing metallic chastity belt attached for long periods. It seemed to me like a jealous husband could have brought out any old accusation whenever the wife displeased ...