Hotel U Cerne Hvezdy (Black Star)
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... we could find a hairdresser (which was very required). 30 mins later after some poor translation and poor decision making I looked more like a marine than prior, so the beanie went on and we continued our tour of CK. Everywhere we went that afternoon we saw thumbs and fingers. Supposedly a local artist uses them a lot. We found a nice "hand" bench by the river to sit and relax, not seeing many tubers or drinkers going by, nor seeing many tourists. It was low season indeed, with ...
... over the formerly hidden tunnels and alchemist laboratories sponsored by King Rudolph II. These tunnels weren't discovered until 2002 when flooding caused an area in Old Town to collapse thus opening a way into these tunnels. We always hope to experience a little serendipity-- this was it for this trip. Next door was a very quaint courtyard cafe. A perfect morning for us; it looked like sunshine would even break through. Our tour to Kutna Hora was scheduled for 1 ...
... narrow Wenceslas square. Looking at more souvenir shops. The common things being sold were glass and crystal, marionettes, items with art by Mucha who was an Art Deco graphic artist, little black moles, apparently a famous cartoon character that we had never heard of and the other assorted tourist fare such as fridge magnets and t-shirts. You wonder how all these places stay in business when they all seem to sell the same thing. The original Czech art ...
... quite a few here) Ina talked about the devastating impact the russian control of Czechoslovakia had on religion. While it was not illegal to practice a christian faith, there was no reward in it. Catholic children were not allowed to go to university, they basically left school at 15 and went to work in factories. Their papers were marked and travel to anywhere inside the country was extremely limited. Some tried to hide their faith by holding mass in their homes, ...
... art shops, souvenir/trinket shops, restaurants/cafes, etc. found ourselves on Charles Bridge. extremely crowded and lots of peddlers. licenses were displayed for selling. live music and buskers. Good talent with different styles of music and instruments. Caricatures artists, etc. Took many photos from this bridge. quite picturesque.
Sat down and had lunch - "Pork knuckle" also known as pig knee. actually very ...