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... the ship for a relaxing drink and preparation for dinner.
This has been a memorable holiday and would repeat in a heart beat.
We travelled by bus to Prague, passing through Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. We arrived late afternoon and checked into our hotel. We stayed at the Hilton, Pobrezni 1, Prague for the next 3 nights. The bus trip took 6 hours, but we had 2 stops. One for 30 minutes and the ...
... popular Baroque style of the era. Most consider the attempts a failure.
Reconstruction In the late nineteenth century, architect Frigyes Schulek is credited with largely restoring St. Matthias Church to its original splendor. Schulek, who also built the nearby Fisherman's Bastion, ...
... us off at the University, before taking Sam to school. Once the class had assembled (24 kids, 1 teacher, and 4 adults to help with supervision - actually started with 5, but there was a phone call and the other dad never came back). We started walking by the football (a.k.a soccer) fields behind the Biotechnology building, and cut to the northeast across a several recently tilled fields and through a few hedge rows separating those fields (all on University ...
... s Bastion
and St Mathias's Church. All of these feature in pictures below. The Fisherman's Bastion and Rock Church have the appearance of something from the Wizard of Oz. I discovered the Rock Church largely by accident. Walking along the river I suddenly came across this amazing looking building built into the cliff.
Here, as in Bratislava I went on two of the free walking tours which I'd definitely
recommend. You can give the guide ...
... br> This mood of intolerance of the current government and situation in the country was evident in a protest we saw outside the parliament building and also in a protest along the riverbank, which seemed a little more bizarre initially - as we approached the river we wondered if there was a 'white van convention' happening as the far bank was a long line of such vehicles as far as we could see. As we crossed the bridge, we realised each had ...