Alqush Downtown Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a sobering experience which I won't forget. We then spent the remainder of the day on the bus - there was a fair bit of traffic getting into Prague, so managed to catch up on some sleep. We got into Prague at about 7, with a night out starting from 9.30. I did not think there was any way I would be participating in this night out, as I'd had consecutive nights with only a few hours sleep and was just exhausted. But apparently once I got to Prague I was ...
... beings that look like they are lifted right out of horror fiction, since that was the gothic style of the time. Above the casket is Jesus on the cross, but laying horizontally and being cradled by another being - presumably God? In all my time I don't think I've ever seen God directly depicted in Christian artwork, and I would have thought it would have been a breach of the "no graven images or likeness" commandment - though to be honest I'm not very good with ...
... Although today many are replicas, walking along this 621m bridge you will find ...
... sons, their travels and their recent graduation as civil engineers.
Getting off the train, we had a short bus ride to the site. The bus took us through the city of Terezin, where people still live and work. The town was built long ago as a fortress against invaders coming into Prague from the north. The walls of the city make a star pattern, which made the city ideal for converting into a camp. We started the tour at the prison barracks in a separate ...
... and walked across the border which didnt actually exist to The Czech Republic. On this side the city is called Cesky Tesin. We found the train station and bought a ticket to Prague. Across the street from the station was a good local diner where we feasted before jumping on the first train. The first train only took us a short way, and we had to change trains in order to get to Prague. It was a smooth ride and we landed down in Prague a few hours later. We had got a ...