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... voice here - yeah that would be me talking)
“Um, oh my God, this is so crazy dark it is in here. I mean, it is so weird that I haven’t acclimated to this at all. How do you do this, how do YOU see in here? You know doing all these tours? How do YOU get around and see anything?”
And as those words slipped out of my stupid mouth, somehow in the blackness Wade and Hagan simultaneously found me. Wade grabbed my left arm above my elbow and ...
... trust us,
we’re not. Walking up that hill had us both sweating and feeling very hot). The
castle originated in 880CE, before being turned into the current stone building
in the early 1000s. Many saints lived/ruled here, including Wenceslas, who is
mentioned in one of my favourite Christmas carols! In the museum section we saw
artefacts from BCE (mostly cracked jugs etc.) through to rulers’ clothes they
were buried in from 1000 ...
... and Slovak patriots who, in Operation Anthropoid, had assassinated Reinhard Heydrich, the Nazi SS Obergruppenführer and General of Police who was placed in charge of the execution of the 'Final Solution' to the problem that was the Jewish, ie the plan to execute them. The Nazis stormed the church on 18 June 1942. After a fierce gun battle, the Czech and Slovak patriots committed suicide to avoid capture and are now considered national heroes. From ...
... morning we climbed the tower which houses the Astronomical Clock and checked out the view from the top before taking a tour of the Town Hall which is beside the clock and then underground. The town Hall consists of four individual houses joined together. The houses were acquired as the town grew and the Town Hall needed to expand. The underground was interesting; back in the 13th century Prague would regularly flood so a decision was made to raise it by 6 to 8 metres. As ...
... would sit down almost as soon as the lady left - like fish avoiding a shark swimming through the middle of the school. All this in the area near the doors, as you can't go very far in without a ticket which we hadn't bought yet. As the rain died down, we shuffled across to the ticket office. We got caught behind someone who was hiring four audio guides, and let me tell you that there is more bureaucracy in hiring audio guides than there is passing through immigration. ...