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... to see what we added
To his collection
Does he really need
Or is this for drugs
As our Quaker friend has told us
You don't really know
It's good for the soul
We are happy we were told this right in the beginning...as we have been in one apartment so far and will be in at least 2 others. It's good to know local custom...
WHEN A GUEST
Take off your shoes when ...
... impressive views of the city.
The castle itself wasn’t overly impressive, especially after seeing Windsor Castle in London. Nonetheless, it was a great day to walk around and explore the grounds.
We left Prague Castle and caught the tram back to our hotel, accidentally missing the stop we had to get off but probably a good thing as the next stop was right in front of a department store! I still needed to buy some PJ’s as I was hoping to get ...
... 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 ...
... high up and quite small so didn't photograph them. Lunch in the square and then a quick wash and off for our afternoons excursion. We walked to Wenceslas square to meet our tour, lots of shops of course including, C & A, Marks and Spencer, Debenhams, etc. We set off in a small bus and the tour was took 3 hours, it was impossible to do more than tell you what was what in that time suggesting you return and explore ...
... is the Old Town Square, this area has been untouched since the 10th century and is lovely. One of the centerpieces of the square is the Astronomical Clock, completed in 1490 by Master Hanus. By the way, legend has it that the king had Hanus blinded after the clock was completed so that he could not design another one. Hanus showed him, by throwing himself into the works and killing himself, but that's a legend so who really ...