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... 3 synagogues (all museums now, no longer active), the Old Jewish Cemetery, and Ceremonial Hall. The first synagogue we visited is called the Spanish Synagogue due to the Moorish style in which it was built. It is the newest of the three synagogues we visited and was built in 1868. It's very ornate and beautiful on the inside. The exhibits inside the Spanish ...
... looked at all my photos though I had to break the blog into two parts, starting with the St Vitus Cathedral and the Old Palace.
The Cathedral was all a Gothic Cathedral should be with high vaulted ceilings, colourful stained glass windows, and a spooky feeling that made you feel you wouldn't want to be locked in there for the night. As well as King/Saint Wenceslas being buried here, and multiple Kings of Bohemia, the tomb of Saint John ...
... the bikes. We said goodbye to the two staff in reception, one was the lady who welcomed us to Prague. Off to the station. We knew the route as we had been to no past the station a number of times.
An interesting place as you have to wait for the platform number to be posted before you can progress to the platform. With about 10 mins to spare, our number came up - platform 6. We used the access tunnel and the ramp that we had arrived on, so was done with ease.
... 8217;t know this yet haha) but him and I were talking and he told me that he may not be making art after this year. When I asked why, he told me that he might have to go fight in Ukraine with the Army. This is something that we as Americans do not ever face, unless we choose too. Last night some of my teachers and a few students were sitting around and they were talking about their heritage and every teacher there had a relative that was in a concentration camp. ...
... this morning. Of course I graciously accept the Todd's kind offer, grab my bag, and we hit the road.
On the commute into Kracow I learn that the Todd is an English tutor and isn't Polish, rather he is from Belgium and now lives in Poland as he married a Ukrainian woman some years ago.
"Ukrainian" I enthuse, "no doubt she is a beautiful girl." My aim here being to get the Todd onside early as he seems like a good bloke.
He laughs uproariously as if ...