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... of living in Prague appears very cheap, they do not use the euro
for their currency and still use the Koruna.
It is easy to see why the Czechs are well known for the highest
consumption of beer per person in the world when the price of a bottle of beer
is less than buying a bottle of water of softdrink. A 1.5l bottle of beer costs about $1.38 AUD
with a normal ½ litre bottle about .45c, ...
... the invastion of Czechoslovakia in 1968 by the Warsaw Pact armies and riots and protests in the city, during the 1980s. All in all, a very interesting, if slightly scary, museum. (Mr H: the statues were great - life-size, and over-sized, of Karl Marx and Lenin.)
After leaving the museum, we head towards Wencelas Square, and got caught up in the Pride March on the way. After reaching the Square, we found the memorial to Jan ...
... on the tourist trail. In the end, we had dinner in the Restaurant Nostalgie, right across the street from our flat. Jo and I were keen to try some Czech food and ordered goulash and dumplings. Not bad, if a little bland, but no sign anywhere on the menu of vegetables. Maybe vitamin pills were invented in the Czech R. to ward off scurvy?? Hm, a big day out. All in bed and sound asleep with me about to join them. A fun day for all, I think. A bit ...
... to walk into the museum and take in the overwhelming quantity of names written from top to bottom in multiple rooms. It was difficult to not get a tear in your eye seeing such a visual representation of the senseless disregard for human life.
Adjacent to this memorial was the Old Jewish cemetery where Jews had been buried since 1380. There were so many Jews buried here they are stacked up to 8 high in one plot, with their headstones a jumbled mass on ...
... for not revealing her secrets to the King.
After the church, we went to the Old Royal Palace, Basiliilica and Convent of St.George and through the Golden Lane. After the Golden Lane, we went to a lookout point to get some nice pictures of the city form above. The last part of the tour was visiting the Wallenstein Palace Garden
We went to a local restaurant recommended by our guide. The restaurant was packed, ...