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... to someone who really needs it. 4. <b>Czech people do not care.</b> From what I have seen, Czech people do not care what anyone else does. They mind their own business and as long as it is not effecting them, they do not mind. This means that PDA is very common here on trams, metros, on the sidewalks, etc. Also, they are very accepting of all peoples, religions, and lifestyles. You could be atheist, Christian, gay, ...
... is the first time that I was bummed I didn't have my nice Canon camera. We made our way into a theater with beers in purse and when the lights cut on it was obvious immediately that this was going to be unlike any other. What appeared to be the brightest neon green alien appeared glowing across the screen with the neatest colors floating and trailing behind him. It was a total black light theater and it surpassed what I expected of it. A couple from Britain ...
... and Moravia, or which over 45,000 were from Prague. The names of the all those that died are written on the wall. This is the second time they had been written since they had been erased during the Communist era and after 1990 were rewritten again. Really amazing to see the magnitude.
The Old cemetery really showed how far back the Jewish community has gone in Prague and how it has survived despite persecution. It is one of the oldest and most ...
... of the Guard, (which a couple were using as a backdrop for their wedding photos).
Prague is famous for its concerts, and we finished the day at the Sladkovsky Hall in the Municipal House. The Prague Chamber Orchestra performed The Four Seasons, Canon in D, Hungarian Dance No 5, and Gypsy Airs, all familiar, and all brilliantly played. I was especially taken with the charmingly handsome lead violinist.
... The older bones began to be dug up and stored in the chapel, and they reckon that the chapel now contains the bones of up to 40,000 people. It's clearly the main attraction in the area and was pretty rammed with people. The church itself was pretty small but had massive skull and bone pyramids, bone chandeliers and pulpits. One of the most interesting parts was some little cabinets they had showing skulls of people who had been killed in battle hundreds of years ago: each one had ...