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... bridge and carried on until we found St Nicholas Church. Built in the early 1700s, it is the most famous ecclesiastical structure of the Baroque era in Prague, with a great dome and bell tower, and once again an incredibly ornate interior.
Geoff and Jo joined us on a dinner cruise on a large river boat: 3 hours with a buffet meal and live entertainment. But what we really wanted to see was the ...
... astronomical clock. It's intricate blue and gold wheels and dials have surely been the iinspiration for fantasies like the Golden Compass or similar.
Just around the corner is Wenceslas Square, where some folk dancing troops were in full swing. The costumes were wonderful; colourful skirts and waistcoats, but the participants looked a little warm in them.
Back at Zdena and Petr's house, Mel's sunburn was a ...
... but both the guy who served us and the manager were so friendly, we would have to recommend them. Andy, the manager, said his favourite cartoon character was the Tazzie Devil and was a bit disappointed to discover they walk around on 4 legs, not 2! The Farewell Dinner was held back up at the Castle area, at Salm Castle Restaurant. They had a woman ...
... and up for fun.My favourite writers are German (Hesse, Goethe, Schiller), German classical music manage to touch the core of the essential music..
My previous tango teacher is from Germany and he honestly is one of the warmest and friendliest people I ever met, plenty of my work colleagues are Germans and they are just fantastic (really!) so why do I always have to be surprised when I dance with German dancers and feel the ...
... city below.
The Prague castle is the largest ancient castle in the world. We walked the footsteps of Bohemian Kings and Roman Emperors. The castle dates back to the 9th century and has weathered wars, fires, revolts. Through mellenia, the castle has had facelifts of many styles, from the original Gothic Church of St. Mary to the ...