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... br> Loves to show Visitors
Tall, slender, dark hair
She looks to belong here
And after 7 years
Prague is her home
She navigates the city
Like the native
She now is
A smile on her face
A bounce in her step
As we follow along
Handsome, gray-haired and be-whiskered
His eyes have a permanent
Crinkle of good humor
... could take art classes, there was a symphony, etc and at one point this city was evaluated by the Red Cross. They decided it was a great place to live and passed it, so impressed they cancelled their evaluation of Auschwitz- go figure. Way to go Red Cross. The art work was incredible, as it is always enlightening (not always in a positive way) to see something from the eyes of a child. We wrapped up at the Spanish Synagogue before finding our way back for the day across the Charles Bridge to our ...
... It is a weird shaped tower, but the weirdest thing is that there are a bunch of statues built onto the building that looks like people crawling on the building. It’s pretty cool looking. I went into the city center and found a little café that was open for breakfast and grabbed a bite to eat.
The one place I really wanted to visit today was the Bone Church in Kutna Hora, about an hour outside of Prague. I went online to find out what ...
... had a knot in my back for about 2 weeks and it was gone. I floated back to hostel to find Jean-Paul who I met in Vienna had ended up coming to Budapest and was staying in the same hostel. We grabbed some Hungarian Goulash for dinner which I am a fan of. The next morning I saw the Synagogue, one of the largest in the world, the parliament building and a war memorial of shoes along the Danube river. After my final walk around the city I went back to the hostel, made some lunch ...
... hike. The stairs almost killed me. How am I still out of shape? Anyway, this area has lots of old buildings worth visiting. I checked out the cathedral, old royal palace, St George's basilica, and the Golden Lane. Lots of history, lots of great photo opps, and great view of the city.
Next I took the "kings walk" into town. Walked down Nerudova street (super cute), visited St Nicholas Church, crossed Charles Bridge, down Karlova alley ...