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... down Golden Alley in the Castle where alchemists tried to convert alloys to gold for Czech Kings. Had nice lunch in small cafe, headed back over Charles Bridge hoping to see Astronomical Clock function on the hour...missed by 30 mins...will keep trying to co-ordinate our times. Apparently tourists pack the square on the hour to see the Clock go through its routine. See ...
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“Um, oh my God, this is so crazy dark it is in here. I mean, it is so weird that I haven’t acclimated to this at all. How do you do this, how do YOU see in here? You know doing all these tours? How do YOU get around and see anything?”
And as those words slipped out of my stupid mouth, somehow in the blackness Wade and Hagan simultaneously found me. Wade grabbed my left arm above my elbow and ...
... park with lots of paths and bike ways. It was very popular. There is a viewing tower in which you have the honour of paying to climb up a very windy small outside the tower staircase. No we did not do it. That night we went out with warm clothes, looked at the castle at night, walked through the old square and watch the clock do its thing, off to the black tower, so cool at night, then to Wenceslas square with lots of groups spending the weekend in Prague. An interesting ...
... in the 10th century. Local legends say that this castle was the first settlement that eventually turned into Prague. It was a really place to see. At the castle there is the Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul, old vineyards, a cemetery where many famous Czechs are buried, statues, and ruins of the old fort. My favorite part of the fort is that it is situated on a hill. This hill provides amazing views of the ...
... it could cause a domino effect down the staircase - if the boulders didn't kill you the guards would. There was also a cliff called parachute point were prisoners were forced to push each other off to their deaths. This camp also housed soviet POWs, who actually broke out of the camp in 1944 - 500 got out by short circuiting the electric fences and scaling 2 x 3.5m walls which is pretty amazing. It lead to the largest manhunt of POWs in the war. 20 survived. It ...