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Travel Blogs from Prague
... photo of. Moving through the New Town, we saw the huge statue of St Wenceslas on horseback and beneath it, the shrine to the victims of communism, including Jan Palach and Jan Zajic, students who burned themselves alive in 1969 in protest of the Soviet invasion of Eastern European countries. Of course, as we moved along the streets, we stopped and looked at numerous buildings, their architecture or historical significance, of which I can no ...
British Airways business class flight (thanks to Girard generosity) from PHL-London-Prague Wednesday 4/24/13.
Hotel Certovka in Prague near Charles Bridge - wonderful small hotel Thursday-Sat.
Flight from Prague to London Saturday 4/27/13.
Small hotel - Searcy's Roof Garden - wonderful location two blocks from Harrod's. A little too
small for ...
... around 35 minutes. Here we looked around the christmas markets then went to the Bohemia crystal store for a browse at the crystal which the Czech Republic is renowned for. To warm up, we grabbed a coffee before Lauren walked back to the hotel with the girls to freshen up before our traditional Czech evening, while Ash went exploring Prague solo in the freezing temperatures. Meeting back with everyone in the old town square at 630, we headed for a traditional czech meal ...
... in Prague, though unlike the numerous other bridges, this bridge is flooded with tourists and market venders, street artists trying to sell their artworks and jewellery. It is an experience worth having. The bridge is beautiful especially at night. If you can get up to a vista point overlooking the city, I recommend looking down on Charles Bridge at night as it is beautiful.
I walked past a modern art gallery and outside in its foyer area, there was a student piece. It ...
... one children from Lidice were gassed
in an extermination truck in Chelmo and others were sent to Germany for
“re-education.” Most of the women died
in the Ravensbruck camp. The village
itself was burned and raised. On June 24
the Germans used identical tactics in the smaller village of Lezaky. Pictured here you see Jarmina Dolezalova
(about 6 at the time I think?)—she and her younger sister were ...