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... from Lida to Vysehrad Gardens
Built in the 17th century as a medieval fortress
It is peaceful and beautiful even in the beginning of winter
With no flowers and no leaves on the trees
Old walls pop up here and there
An ancient cemetery for intellectuals only and
Beautiful views of the city, river and bridges
From high atop the hill
The Basilica of St Martin
The luck of this trip
Closed today for one of probably
Very few ceremonies each year
... plants lead up to the National Museum (history museum), which is closed for the next five years for renovations. The third square of the day followed, Republic Square which houses the Municipal building where the first constitution was officially signed (it was earlier signed in Washington DC and created with the help of Woodrow Wilson). Next door is the Powder Tower, which dates back to the 11th century and was one of the city gates. In the 17th century it was used to store gun powder ...
... that is built in 3 different styles. I was feeling very very tired and decided that a nap was in order and began making my way back to the hostel and I used this walk to explore some of the Jewish quarter. It made me aware that we really don't have much of a Jewish population in Australia to my knowledge as I got quite the kick out of seeing a couple of people in the full outfit with the curls in front of their ears (forgive my ignorance on the name of the outfits etc). By ...
... we sorted our money out.
We began "under the horse's tail"- literally at the foot of a statue of Good King Wenceslas sitting on his enormous horse. This statue sits at one end of Wenceslas Square, the heart of the Czech Republic's political history. Here we learned about the Velvet Revolution when communism was finally overthrown in 1989. We walked along the huge boulevard and had lunch here before jet lag finally caught up with us.
We had to stop in the ...
Following a quick overnight stop in London, catching up with some friends, washing clothes, and picking up some much warmer clothes, I was on the road again, destination Eastern Europe. First stop was Prague, and I joined my new tour group. Turns out that the small world just got smaller, with two girls on the group having just been on a study group tour in Scandinavia ...