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... of the day. Dina had said previously that she wanted to ride a paddle boat along the main river. So we hired one and floated along the river for an hour. Unfortunately given small damns along the river, we were not able to take a trip underneath the romantic Charles Bridge. Instead we got as close as we could before both lying on the back of the peddle powered boat. It was so romantic and fun. We then got close to a wall in the middle of the river, ...
Just about everyone we spoke to about Prague told us we must visit the Jewish Quarter. The area is highlighted by the Jewish Museum, which in reality, isn't a traditional museum in the sense that everything is under one roof, but a collection of synagogues and cemetery in the old ghetto that make up the Jewish Museum. The first stop for us was the Pinkas Synagogue, which for us, was the most interesting and impactful. The synagogue no longer holds services as today, only 5,000-7,000 ...
Our tour group caught the flashiest bus any of us had ever been on to Prague this morning. We each had TV screens & ear phones, were offered tea, coffee or hot chocolate & best of all, plenty of leg room! We got to Prague around 12 and took the subway then a short walk to where we are staying. The 11 of us are spread between 4 apartments, so we are in one with another couple, we have a bathroom each and a shared kitchen so we can cook, if we want. After getting settled ...
... for $23 aud. Yup, the better priced food had arrived! We took the leftovers home for breakky (don was thrilled!) got some milk, chocolate, yoghurt and some muesli bars for another low price and headed home. Cup of tea before bed and we were chuffed. Our first morning in Prague was great, Don ate his Pizza, I had a tea and we got some more bookings for the trip done. Then it was time to brave the heat and get outdoors. We got the tram to another station and jumped off to catch ...
... peoples remains, but he did explain that the Christian faith believes that once the soul leaves the body, what remains is not part of the journey to heaven. I did know this, but it's rather confronting to see the remains of 40 thousand people used in this way. The next stop was St. Barbara's Church, the walk to the church was so beautiful, just like a picture postcard. Again, no photo will ever do this place justice. The church itself was ...