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... of buildings consisting of the Old Town Hall, the New City Hall as well as numerous citizens' houses. The market square is an urban ensemble with the two diagonally contiguous areas - the Salt Market and the square in front of St. Elisabeth's Church. Eleven streets lead to the market: two to each corner, two narrow lanes and an opened out side square, Kurzy Targ ("Chicken Market").
... four of us, clean and obvious tourists, standing in the midst of this. We might as well have been standing there with a flashing red beacon and an alarm going off. To say the least, we attracted some interest. Everyone, and I mean everyone, started to stare. Like a stop and stare - sort of staring.
Maybe because I am a neurotic lunatic or maybe because I worked with criminals and drug addicts for 13 years, or maybe because my children were standing right there, but ...
... the gas chamber. In this area, it was surrounded by walls with just the yard in between. The windows on one building were bricked up so the prisoners couldn't see or communicate with each other. The concrete posts holding the barbed wire are original to the camp and it is hard fathom them surrounding the entire camp until you see them. Surrounding the camp there is a double row of concrete posts and barbed wire to deter ...
... to a ‘Non-Stop Parking’ (24 hours a day) before heading into the city. An
Easter fair awaits us here too and Prague is absolutely heaving. In particular,
the King Charles bridge and the square in the old town are packed with tourists
and Jonny adopts his increasingly frequent habit of staying silent as we walk
along in the hope that people think he is native (rucksack on back, snapping
photos with his tablet…). In Wenceslas Square, we try ...
... when i arrived in Poland.
So I get to my dorms and the front desk lady does not speak a word of english. I get to my room and realize i forgot a converter for my computer. for 24 hrs I did not speak to anyone who spoke English and if you know me at all you know i like talking. it was not easy for me. So it was going to get dark (4pm) so I ventured out to find food. All food is closed on sunday except the grocery store which i did not know where it was because I couldn't ...