At The Golden Horseshoe - U Zlate Podkovy
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... Dan on the other hand remembered when we waited thirty minutes for the Tattoo parade in Scotland that never came and was not about to wait again for nothing. (We were two days early for the tattoo....) We waited the five minutes and the bells rang and all the things moved. I took a cool video of it and will eventually post it on my Facebook. Apparently this clock is one of the most monumental things in the city. It's on everything from t shirts to magnets. It was cool ...
... really good and I enjoyed the music a lot though, so I left him a few coins.
By this time, it was evening and time for the Marionette Show. When I stopped by to buy tickets earlier in the day, the guy had said to get there really early for the show since it is open seating. If you didn't have a ticket, I agree with him. The line to buy was pretty long. However, since I already had a ticket, I could basically just go in and didn't really ...
... where the killers of Heydrich had taken refuge and the battle that ensued there. I was interested to see the church still attracted visitors and there were fresh flowers placed there. Two plaques with a tremendous number of names representing the members of the Czech resistance who were killed by the Nazis sit in the church yard. A sobering memorial. We stopped for lunch in a small place near the main square and I tried my first ...
... in who sounded like a kiwi - she was telling the waiter that 12 years ago she had lived across the street. We got talking and it turned out she's from Auckland and had moved to Czech to be the photography editor for Elle magazine in 1996, just as that industry was opening up in this area of Europe and they needed westerners to train Czechs. She asked me about my work and we got on to talking about traumatic brain injury, which she felt was a ...
... was good. It was a 45 minute monologue with lots of yelling... Then we all went to dinner and I found grilled vegetables for the first time, although they were covered in salt. All they eat here is meat and potatoes, which is cool for the first two days... Then we we to a tea house/hookah bar below Negin & Maegen's. Negin, Paul and Eman are all Persian and can speak Farsi and so was the tea house so we had fun trying to learn some Farsi words, so far I know Salom ...