Angelo Hotel Prague
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... entertained us with much singing of spanish and English songs including James' favourite; "dumb ways to die!" Of which he knew more words than the students! I am grateful the two older ladies in our compartment clearly didn't speak English! Arrival in Prague took us via very picturesque scenery, of which neither our own children or the students seemed interested in at ...
... s hesitation. Czech’s have a reputation, which they’re proud of I should add, of drinking. A lot. George wasted no time telling us this, possibly as an apology for his appearance, and went on to explain its origins.
"We are a ********e by people, but we drink because for a long time, we haven’t had a say in the things done to us", he explained. "When the Nazi’s were here, when the Soviets sort of rescued us, we had no army, no nothing. What did we ...
... and bridges are named after him. This room was beautifully decorated in gold leaf and images of angels flanking the grave.
After the Cathedral, we were taken for a short tour of the main palace. We saw the throne room, where heads of state would discuss political matters, and a replica crown and scepter. We walked through a great hall that had actually been used for jousting in the winter! It was an ...
... could have been but nevertheless it was still a nice view over the city and of the famous castle.
We had then planned to head to Prague Castle (the largest castle complex in the world) but the rain started coming down steadily so without an umbrella the only solution seemed to be heading to the beer museum which wasn’t too far away. As the Czech Republic is the largest consumer of beer per capita in the world this was a remarkably appropriate way ...
... Wenceslas, Sigmund Freud hanging from a beam and the ******* men. We took a funicular (cable car) to Prague Castle and St Vitus Church. Fantastic views. And walked around the mountain to the TV Tower and had our picnic in some drizzle. Not pleasant but hey, we were happy.
Wednesday we visited a town called Terezin – where most of the Jews were transported to within Czech (and also some from other ...
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