Alchymist Nosticova Palace
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... did not video it as I wanted to enjoy seeing it for the first time without any distractions. Every hour, the figurines on the side of the clock move and a bell chimes and the Saints move across the top. It is crazy to think that the clock as been putting on this show every hour since 1410, it is the oldest astronomical clock in the world still working. However, you cannot use it to tell time as when the clock was made, everyone still believed that the sun rotated around the earth. So all ...
... We talked to Jenni and boys during the week and this morning called Ngaire and her three. It was so easy and it's great seeing all the family after five weeks away. We were kept up to date with the ABs game. The river has two huge weirs across it to calm the flow we think. We wandered through a local market on an island in the middle of the river and had coffee and lunch on a floating cafe watching the boats. Because of the weir there is a lock up the side ...
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After that we went for a walk thorough what is called the Lesser Town. It sits underneath the Palace. Not sure why it id called Lesser. From there we set off for the Charles Bridge.
This is the most famous bridge in Prague. It is hundreds of years old and has statues of Saints all along its length. ...
... bed imaginable. While there was nothing wrong with the stateroom on the ship, it is so nice to have this much room! When Jan entered the room for the first time, she actually did a little happy dance!
After a little rest, we headed out to the central square where we had a wonderful meal and watched the people go by.
Prague is a wonderful city. Unlike Budapest and Vienna that suffered a lot of damage during WWII, Prague ...
We checked into our quaint accommodation and headed into town to check out the city and some of the best nightlife in Europe! The next day was given as a free day to explore the city or spend how we liked. An early train to the centre of the city gave us a chance to soak in the beautiful vintage buildings and architecture. Some friends and I decided ...