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... to a great evening with friends. Once the fireworks had ended we carried on towards the castle looking out for the metro station as it was a different stop than where we had gotten off a few hours earlier as we had walked quite a distance. Around every corner we discovered more and more beautiful buildings to admire and photograph. The moonlight and old fashioned street lights created such a dramatic backdrop for these buildings, which we took the opportunity to photograph. ...
... did was climb up a watchtower at the end of the bridge. It was built in the 1300's, and I was pretty upset that the entire inside was plastered with graffiti. Do you really think anyone cares that you "wuz here" at some point? I was so mad I told Chelsea if she ever had a boyfriend that did that she'd better smack him. Then I saw etchings from people in the 1700's and 1800's. Apparently graffiti is ok once it hits the 100-year mark because I found the old stuff to be ...
... passionate about it. The area is now very up market with high end shops, but mostly not Jewish owned. She took us past a number of Synagogs and showed us the old cemetery in the Ghetto. Because of the lack of space up to 24 people are buried in the one grave, and some graves are tight up against the one next to it. As we were finishing this tour the thunderstorm hit. Well the clothes we have on that need to last us three day, as we do not have en-suite facilities ...
... dinner. We're now planning what to do tomorrow.
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... although only 12,000 tombstones can be seen dating as far back as 1439. Fortunately as we walked around the wall I had a few glimpses into the cemetery which satisfied my curiosity.
Joel and I crossed the Vitava River via a different bridge so we had some great views of Charles bridge. We headed to a church that wasn’t on our itinerary but my sister Lindi recommended to us. Saint Nicholas Cathedral is a Baroque church built in the 1700s dedicated ...