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... to arrive in hoards just as we were on our way out. We leisurely strolled down the hill towards town through a pretty little park and were treated to some amazing views of the city. It turned out to be a 'fruitful' (i had to) excursion as we came across a tree ladened with delicious ripe apricots which we totally did not steal. We quickly discovered that our style of sightseeing is to simply get lost (we were encouraged along this path of discovery by the fact that our ...
... to find a Starbucks cafe with one of the best views in the overlook. I can't seem to escape Seattle no matter where I go.
We walked from there back across the Charles Bridge and did some more sightseeing. We walked up to a beautiful park and got my last beer in Prague. I headed back to the bus station and had my lovely expedition back. I was thrilled to find great wifi on this ride, which was nice because it started at 5pm and there was no way I was headed to sleep at ...
... children of the Holocaust.
Near the Jewish quarter, there are two interesting sculptures. One of them has just been put up a couple of months ago by a local artist. He calls his piece "The Womb" but it really just looks like a massive naked woman made out of geometric shapes in silver. Apparently there used to be a hole underneath the sculpture so that people could put their heads inside and feel what it's like to be in a womb. A couple weeks ago though, ...
... countryside to the village of Sedlec to see the world famous Ossuary - the Church of All Saints (aka the bone church) which is full of elaborate decorations made of more than 40,000 human bones. The town was hit hard by plague and when the full graveyard needed to give way to buildings the bones of the deceased were placed in 6 heaps in the nearby church. Where they stayed until money was provided from a well to do family in the area to make something ...
... take out to the bridge after the concert. We left Dieter and Inge at a little café we like, overlooking the Charles Bridge and the castle. We picked up our supplies and went to the room to change for the concert.
As we were leaving our room I checked the tickets, just to make sure everything was in order. OMG, I about had a heart attack, the concert was to start at 17:00 or 5pm, and it was nearly 6pm. I quickly got online to the Estates Theater ...