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... of the canal building. Apparently the damage to the castle was terminal as we could see no sign of it anywhere around. Just downstream of the falls is a lovely brick 6 or 7 arch bridge:A couple of the smaller town centres that we passed through had lovely old wooden buildings, similar to Russian ones. Of these buildings some had been restored while others were in a sad state of disrepair.We went on to Liepaja: This was once a big military ...
... a singing mood, and has managed to get roughly 5 songs drilled in my head today, which isn't cool...I'd also like to point out that our singing talent is pretty equally matched therefore makng it a slightly painful day (but you know I love you really Em...)! Shr has also been clumsy central today, after smacking her face on several windows; getting her head stuck in doors; tripping over more times than I can count, and almost getting ...
... and it ended with this old gentlemen cheerfully protesting. He's very harmless and has been protesting for 900 days. He won't really say much, but Tijo said the guy is protesting that the govt took his house.
8) The reverberating sound circle (my fave little spot in all of Prague!) - this is a little circle with stairs that surround it. When you stand on the circle and start talking, your voice is projected back at your like an amplified soundwave. To ...
... 1900s after construction was put on hold for 400 years. In the old palace we saw the famous defenestration window, where the Austrian catholic governors of Bohemia were thrown out when they tried to turn the region Catholic. This started the 30 years war, which the Bohemians lost. The golden alley was a series of very small quarters formed by bricking in niches in the castle walls that people could live and work in. After ...
... the main character during one of the performance's more subdued scenes, this piece of "abstract theater" had us exchanging continuous "WTF" glances throughout its duration. The show appropriately concluded with 5 curtain calls and an absurd 10-minute round of applause. Czech theater at its finest. A recently acquired taste for inspired gourmet cuisine and thirst for creative craft cocktails has further extended Prague's already indulgent cravings. Handicapped throughout the ...