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... houses a huge array of displays from cars, bikes, bicycles, planes, old household items, the history of photography and more. It took me nearly 3 hours to take it all in. Thoroughly enjoyed the visit there.
My last days in Prague are spent wandering the almost endless cobble stoned streets, making various new discoveries. Such a cool place.
The next destination is Cesky Krumlov, about 3 hours south of Prague.
... themselves. Sometimes women asked for the belt themselves during periods when soldiers would break into their homes and try to violate them.
The Head Crusher
The Victims chin was placed on a wooden or iron support and device's cap was screwed down on the victim's head. First, the victim's teeth and jawbone were crushed and eventually as the pressure increased the brain tissue would begin to come out the skull. In some Latin American ...
... ornate statues that decorate it up close.Tour done we found another local restaurant to indulge in our last pints of Gambrinus and to get Shaylee the other famous Czech dish of Goulash served in a bread bowl. Feeling totally stuffed we made our way back towards the main square and were treated with sight of candles and a procession of priests and a choir celebrating Czech All Saints Day.With a couple of hours to kill we spoiled ourselves with another massage ...
... This was the show stopper. As I walked in I took one photo and then the battery in my camera died, so I had to use my iPad the rest of the way. I looked like an Asian tourist I'm sure. On the positive side, as I used my iPad I can display some picture here on this post. The pictures speak for themselves. One of the most spectacular things about visiting the Castle is the view you get from it's gardens. It's a sweeping fairy tale view over the Old Town. This ...
... walked past the St. Peter and Paul Cathedral which can be seen all the way from the old town.
After a quick stop to check out a game store which was sadly closed (more on this tomorrow) we made our way along the waterfront towards the Charles Bridge. The bridge was packed full of painters/sketch artists, buskers, souvenir/kitch sellers, and of course, tourists. There were so many beautiful pictures and photos of the bridge (when it's empty) for sale ...