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Just about everyone we spoke to about Prague told us we must visit the Jewish Quarter. The area is highlighted by the Jewish Museum, which in reality, isn't a traditional museum in the sense that everything is under one roof, but a collection of synagogues and cemetery in the old ghetto that make up the Jewish Museum. The first stop for us was the Pinkas Synagogue, which for us, was the most interesting and impactful. The synagogue no longer holds services as today, only 5,000-7,000 ...
... We learned more detailed information on the Jewish Quarter, Wenceslas Square (actually a boulevard) where all the protest are held, the fact that most Czechs are now agnostic or atheists, therefore most of the churches are used for other purposes, ie; museums, concert venues, etc., there is a replica of the Eiffel Tower on a hill above the Lesser Town, its rises to the same height as the original in Paris, with the help of the hill! Our guide ...
... are practically on every corner. Whatever character is left in Prague is now tainted with a sense that the city will forever be pushed an pulled in directions that is has no control over. I would give a great deal to see the city pre-war, functioning like a highly oiled machine catering for nothing more than being Czech and having a good time.
Suddenly desperate to be somewhere very foreign, I abandoned my plan to head to Dresden and veered drastically to a town much ...
Lovely long walks today. It's minus 5. We covered good ground and out walking for around six hours. Wrapped up well and plenty of rests for tea, cakes, beer, meats n cheese platters. Hmmmm walking's hard work . We visited Prague's observatory tower - a replica of the Eiffel Tower. Good climb up lots of steps to the top. Worthwhile when you see the views. We found a true gem further on in ...
... two large glasses of milk and the croissant. Also known as a lot of food! We then headed off to the train station to check our tickets for the trip to Vienna - a walk of about 40 minutes for a one minute conversation. Back at Miss Sophie's, we signed up for the free walking tour. The tour was about three hours long, and started at the Municipal House/Powder Gate and then went to St James church, Tyn church, the ...