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... food, very tasty and also very
cheap if you avoid the restaurants directly outside of the main tourist
attractions. To get a better
understanding of the city we did a couple of walking tours. The first tour is advertised as the 'Free
Prague Tour' and as the name suggests it is a free tour and you only pay at the
end of the tour a tip to the guide for what you think is reasonable for ...
... which contains a warning about the tyranny of communism. Interestingly, there were a few Chinese tourists reading the plaque when we arrived - we wondered what they made of it all.
We walked home again and stopped off on the way for a late lunch at a burger place, before picking up our bags and heading to our new hostel, Sir Toby's. After a metro ride and a walk through a slightly dodgy looking area, we reached our hostel, which ...
... history, beer, entertainment all mixed into a pretty full program of constant movement. Our impression? Our flat seems like a pretty good analogy for Prague. It looks beautiful at first glance but when you scratch below the surface, you notice the things that are broken and don't work as they should. Prague is a beautiful historic city that tells a story of long habitation and cultural evolution. But in many areas, that evolution seems to have ...
... Most of the inscriptions on the headstones are worn away with time.
Next we visited the Klausen Synagogue which has also been turned into a museum. This museum held various artifacts categorized by the holidays they symbolize. For example in the Rosh Hashanah section we saw old Shofars and in the Purim section we saw Groggers. This was my favorite museum because I love how Jews all over the world celebrate holidays the same way. So many things about ...
... managed to get a seat near the back. We shared pate for an appetizer and ordered a grilled meat platter for two (which actually looked like it was for a platter for at least 4-5 people) and pork schnitzel. We ended our meal with some caffe lattes.
After lunch we decided to head to the Musuem of Charles Bridge. We paid a nominal fee and went through three small rooms that documented the construction of the Charles Bridge.