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... and we rested there with a cold Czech beer. Another bridge brought us back to our hotel.
For supper, we went to the TESCO next to the hotel and picked up cold cuts, cheese and rolls to make sandwiches.
Before long it was 9:00 and time for bed.
On July 26 we made arrangements for a walking tour of Prague. After we ate in the hotel, the tour shuttle collected us at the hotel. We then went through ...
... city should be called a city of Restaurants they are tucked in every nook & cranny you can find, so deciding wasn't easy. Still we did decide & the location was lovely & peaceful away from the maddening crowds. This place is Packed to the eyeballs with THE TOURIST...... Guess it is what is driving their economy. After our lunch we wandered back to our hotel very weary from all the walking but very satisfied we had done our best to see the ...
... stairs, due to the lack of calorie intake and combined with hard labour work, the prisoners were weak and they were forced to climb shitloads of stairs carrying at least 50kg of stones and like the domino's effect, if one falls then the others behind would fall too. At the camp they also had gas chambers, some words were found written on it. One was: If there was a god, he would have to beg for my forgiveness" That one gave me the chills.. When we got to ...
... crowded l felt like we were waiting for Willy Wonka to come out of the little window. Not sure why it is so popular as it was really a non event!!
We met our tour guide Chris who then took us on a 2 hour walk explaining all the historical and political features of this beautiful town. It was such a great way to see Prague and gave us a different feel of this city.
We then walked to the Charles bridge which ...
C) The Jewish Quarter- There are 7 major sights.
- Pinkas Synagogue
- Spanish Synagogue
- Old - New Synagogue
- Ceremonial Hall (mortuary house- has burial rituals explained and describes Jewish medicine etc)
- Klaus Synagogue (depicts/explains Jewish religious practices- marriages, bar mitzvah etc )
- Maisel Synagogue ( Maisel Family place of worship, also served as a warehouse for Jewish treasures during the Nazi ...