Alchymist Nosticova Palace
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... the hour when the clock chimes two doors at the top open and a procession of statues of the apostles appear in the openings. It is a main attraction as evidenced by the crowds of people that gather just below it each hour. This has been one of the greatest treasures of the city for over 600 years.
Also in the square is the Church of Our Lady before Tyn. Construction began in 1385. Legend has it that Tyn Church gave Walt Disney the inspiration ...
... bridge and carried on until we found St Nicholas Church. Built in the early 1700s, it is the most famous ecclesiastical structure of the Baroque era in Prague, with a great dome and bell tower, and once again an incredibly ornate interior.
Geoff and Jo joined us on a dinner cruise on a large river boat: 3 hours with a buffet meal and live entertainment. But what we really wanted to see was the ...
... People there seemed to hate the world and everyone in it. We wondered why everyone there was so miserable.
We arrived to Zizkov Campground and checked in. The place was locked up like Fort Knox. There were 10 foot gates with key card access only. It was impossible for me to pull the jewstick out at this campground. He walked us to a corner of the campground and told us to check in in the morning. This place seemed dead and I wanted to leave ...
Having worked solidly without a break for months, followed by a week of walking around Gelderland, I allocated this week to resting. So, although I got up for breakfast, once I had sat by the pool for a little bit, I went back to bed and claimed another two hours of sleep. Oh lucky me!
When I got up the second time, lunch was ready and Jarmila had come to see us. She took us off to Prague to be tourists for the ...
... owned by the Lobkowicz family. They were a powerful noble family going back centuries in Czech history. They lost everything twice- once during the Nazi regime, and then again under the communists. Both times they managed to get it all back. During the communist regime the family escaped with just the clothes on their back and fled to the United States. The living head of the family today was actually raised in America and speaks American English. The tour ...