Hotel Antik City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... you can imagine, and I don’t think the Czech people would mind. I think this was also born out of their desire to be a free country that now they don’t want to oppress anyone. As you can see, the Czech culture is very complicated, but fascinating. Now, where did I leave off? So last time I posted, I had explored the city of Prague. Since then I have had some great experiences that I will share with you now. - ...
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... in all of Europe and goes back to the early 15th century. There are about 12,000 tombstones, many ontop of each other but they say over 80,000 people are buried here. Many famous rabbis, writes musicians etc are here. One of the famous is one of Rabbi Low and he lived from 1512 to 1609. While we were walkin around and mark was showing Shira some of the tombstones a woman asked Mark some questions about the tombstones. We talked to her and she told us she ...
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... and a caption with the best guess on how they had been killed. Mostly axes to the head etc... so worth a look.
After that we caught the local train (a tiny little bus sized train on a different set of tracks) that took us into the centre. It's a really pretty old town so we strolled around the lanes and found a little cafe for some soup and bread for lunch. Seemed pretty touristy and the prices reflected that compared to the places we had been eating.
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