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"High up in the sky on a lonely weather eye
And I was caught in your terminal wind
I tried to recognise the plausible surprise
but I was caught in the laughter and the happiness of sin.
Stoned in a glasshouse, thrown to the water
where the crooks and the immigrants live
I asked the universe 'cause the universe says yes
but have I ruined every chance that I get?
... ourselves by ruining a few people's selfies on the way.
We climbed up towards the Castle and St Vitus Cathedral, which were very grand. The entrance ticket policy was completely incomprehensible - three different tickets, none of which gained us entry to all the bits we wanted to see - so instead we spent a couple of hours walking around the grounds and gardens and then slowly making our way back down the hill and through ...
... could take art classes, there was a symphony, etc and at one point this city was evaluated by the Red Cross. They decided it was a great place to live and passed it, so impressed they cancelled their evaluation of Auschwitz- go figure. Way to go Red Cross. The art work was incredible, as it is always enlightening (not always in a positive way) to see something from the eyes of a child. We wrapped up at the Spanish Synagogue before finding our way back for the day across the Charles Bridge to our ...
... s Jewish sites remained in tact so we can see them today.
Our private guide, Gabriela, was not Jewish, but she knew so much about Judaism and the history in Prague you would never guess she wasn't. She took us first to a memorial to the 78,000 Czech Jews who died in the Holocaust. The memorial was an old synagogue that had been converted into a museum. The museum was empty except the walls were covered with the names of every last Jew who died. It ...
... lunch we headed back across the bridge and went along the main shopping streets and up to the national museum.. We did pretty well considering we didn't have map... Because it was a Sunday, the buses from the main tram stop back to our campsite only ran every 3 hours so we decided to aim to get the one at 20 to 6. This meant getting the tram about 5 to make sure we got back in plenty of time.. We picked up a few little bits for dinner from the ...