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... up the bones and make it his life's work to decorate with them. This is the legend. How much truth is here no one can validate. But this is only one of many bone ossuaryies in the world. Everyone should know Don & I are Alphonse Mucha fans. Mucha is the artist of the stained glass window Don is currently building, the etched entry windows and bathroom stained glass Don built. Any way, Mucha was a Czech ...
... He was a wealth of knowledge and very entertaining. Our tour started in the Old Town Square, which has been Prague's main square since the 10th century. Sights in the square include the town hall, astronomical clock, and the Tyn Church which is unique for the dark twin Gothic spires that loom over the square. Another interesting part of the tour was walking through the historical Jewish Quarter, a small pocket of old town that was home to Prague's Jews for some 800 years ...
... has been a tavern since the 1500's. After the lunch we checked out the astronomical clock on the old town hall.
There was an endless supply of scenes to be photographed and our tour guide made the history of Bohemia Come alive. Alex had excellent English and we learned that he has been studying at the University of Sterling in Scotland. This guy knew his stuff, he was funny and great to talk with one on one.
The tour began at ...
... Luckily (or sometimes unluckily) for us, beer is cheaper than water. It's about a third of the cost ranging from 30-40 CZK ($1.50-$2) for really good beer. There is no such thing as free water with your meal - one of the things I like better about America. One last day tomorrow to check off the rest of our "to see" list in Prague. The days are flying by and we're having the time of our lives! Absolutely wonderful city, great mix of everything. I feel so lucky to be able to experience ...
... side as the room was ready. We put our things in, sorted our itinerary for the day and headed out. We headed to the Old Town Square to see the Astronomical Clock. On the way we happened to pass other items we had listed for today's excursion. We did a bit of shopping, had our morning coffee and were ready waiting on the hour for the display from the clock. While wandering around the Square we noticed a chap advertising the 'hop on, hop ...