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... people after one of Prague's famous pub crawls, decided to climb into the sculpture and scare a passerby. The woman who put her head inside while these drunkards were inside had such a shock that she almost cracked her skull open on a nearby bench when she fell. As a result of that, the hole is now closed, but the sculpture still remains.
The other sculpture is more interesting in my opinion. It's of a headless giant with a man sitting on his shoulders. ...
... the unlimited coffee!
This morning we jumped on the city tram for a ride up through the Lesser Town to the plateau above the city. We stop at the Strahov Monastery with its view of the city. The monastery was closed during the communist years, but has recently been returned to the same monastic order that originally occupied the area. There are several great brew pubs on the site, we fortify ourselves at one of them!
... have a seminar with Pavel Bratinka, a dissident with a Ph.d in solid state physics who was forced to work as a manual laborer as punishment for HIS "heresy", and who later served as a deputy foreign minister under Vaclav Havel and even founded his own political party. We all enjoyed hearing his analysis of the dissident movement, which he describes as being simply a matter of "asserting one's human dignity", and hearing his views on contemporary ...
... of time. In one of the larger cells, we saw the three tier bunk beds which would accommodate about 25-30 people and in which the Nazis typically kept 75-100. The only furniture was the bunks (no indication of what they might have had for mattresses), a narrow wooden 'locker' space, about 5" wide and 6" deep and 5' high with a 'shelf' about a foot from the floor and 6" from the top of the uprights, and a sort of stove fed from ...
We awoke in Budapest in the midst of trippy colorful walls. Cooked up some ramen noodles for breakfast and headed out to explore the city. We started walking towards the Danube river and ran into a couple of young tour salesman. We asked them a couple of questions and they told us ...