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A somewhat easier day today. Guided walking tour of Jewish community and a visit to Klementinum including the tower.
The jewish tour included 6 sites including the oldest, continuously used synagogue in Europe. Jewish men have worshipped there since the 1700's. Several photos included here of the sites ...
... surprising, but the Czech Republic has the largest beer consumption in the world. 160 liters a year per man, woman, and child in the country. Yes, they count every single person!! That's roughly 1/2 a liter of beer a day!! And we thought the Germans were heavy drinkers!! So we tried some beer and danced the night away. We decided to end the night at a club that had- get this- FIVE floors. FIVE! in which ...
... the monuments for good luck along the way and you can see where the metal is worn away from all of the hands that have rubbed them.
The Castle district is surprisingly less crowded than the other side of the river. It was hard for me to wrap my head around it, but this is the largest castle in the entire world. When I thought Castle, I thought it would be one building. Rather than one building, it is a series of interconnected buildings that covers an area of almost ...
... traditional deities. The facial expressions in the paintings were intense, very characteristic of his style. The dark wood in the room focused the eyes to the bright paintings on the domed ceiling, giving the entire room a dreamlike tone. It was very impressive. The following rooms included a smoking room and another hall used for balls or other gala events. When the tour ended, I went down to the basement to check out the ...
We arrived in Prague in the afternoon and met up with mum and dad at the hotel. After about 7 months, it was pretty good to see their faces. We had a bit of time to relax before going for a wander around the old square before dinner. The place was old but so beautiful. The old buildings were all painted in pastel colours and nothing was out of place around the square. It felt like a set out of a movie and not quite realistic except the amount of ...