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- Pets allowed
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... lt;/b> What I mean by this is that when on the trams or metro that runs throughout the city, if an elderly person gets on, everyone offers their seat to them. It is automatic, no thinking required. Even the most troubled looking kids will quickly give up their seat to someone who needs it more than them. I find this to be such a good quality to have. Many times in the states, people are unaware of what is around them and wouldn’t even think to give up ...
... his scythe as people in front of him look terrified. It was so interesting and unexpected. This was like anything I have seen on my travels or in my life yet.
The next day I had 1000 czech crowns left to spend. I decided to take Nicolette out to the weirdest theater I have ever seen in my life. We made our way to the town center at night which was so much more breathtaking than during the day. Old town square on a Friday night is inexplicable ...
... exhibit of Jewish Customs and traditions and items dating back to the 16th century.
The Klausen Synagogue was next and also dates back to the Golden Age of the Renaissance Ghetto. It was a very small building but had a large collection of items from the 17th and 18th century from the Jews of Prague.
The Pinkas Synaguoge is the second oldest and the interior has been tunred into a memorial to the 80,000 Jewish victims of the Nazi genocide ...
... br> We had to go into the back streets to collect our train tickets for Saturday, then we trudged up to Prague Castle on a hill overlooking the city. Near the top we stopped at Starbucks for a cold drink, and sat for ages admiring the view.
We wandered around up near the castle for a while as there are many very old buildings and churches there, including St Vitus Cathedral, built in 1344. We saw ...
... nice enough...best part was the toilet that you 'flushed' with a footpedal, causing the bottom to open like a trapdoor. Not sure whether it went straight onto the tracks, bit it was pretty funny.
From the train station at Kutna Hora everyone was walking so we joined the train and headed off in search of the skull church. The church's graveyard was a sought after burial site, and during the thirty years’ war in the 17th century, the number of burials outgrew the ...