Alchymist Nosticova Palace
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Eventually I reached the first floor and reached the large painting of the Virgins by Klimt. It was wonderful to see it up close, but difficult to take a photo of since it was covered in a sheet of plastic which reflected the strong lighting in the room ( this is a common problem when trying to get good photos, but we do what we can) There were two more Klimts in the room. The landscape didn't photo well, but I was happy to ...
We packed up our wonderful Apartment and headed out to explore greater Prague. First stop was a Prague Castle tour where we visited the Prague Castle complex. It was a very cold day with light snow falling for most of the day. Our ticket for the Prague Castle included visits to the Cathedral, Palace, Bassilica, Prague History Museum, Golden Lane and the Rosenbergs Palace. The cathedral was ...
... the beauty that is Prague. The red-tile roofs throughout the city just overwhelmed me, especially in the golden sun. As I was standing high on the tower, I started to realize that this was what I have been staring at all these months leading up to my trip in my travel books. I've been happy with the photos I've taken; but really, you can't go wrong here. Just point and shoot in any direction and you'll be satisfied. It was a heck of a hike up the hill (and then ...
... weight: normal;">U Kroka (coloured half half beer trying not to drool it everywhere as we’d just left the dentist!).
There were some more cultural activities too! I particularly enjoyed hunting out controversial Czech sculpture artist David Cerny’s weird and wonderful creations. He has been labelled a hooligan and has even been arrested for some of his works, and some countries have banned or censored other pieces of his work. Some are still ...
Our group all started off together this morning and then at 10 AM, we had to make a choice between an architectural tour and a tour of the Jewish quarter. Gary and I opted for the latter since the architectural tour in Vienna hadn't been all that enlightening. Tonight is our farewell dinner. The tour that we all did together was of the Estates Theater where Amadeus Mozart himself conducted the world premiere of his Don ...