Atlante Residence - Ai Quattro Angeli
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... The town square is flanked by the Church of St. Nicholas and the original Hussite Tyn Church. In between are buildings of diverse architectural styles: Gothic, Rennaissance, Rococo, Baroque and of course, Art Nouveau. Just around the corner is the famous Astronomical Clock. No, we didn't get to see it in action as we kept missing it by a few minutes. One time we were less that a minute late, but it had finished. Oh well....next time. Dinner was at a restaurant, Lokal, known for ...
Entirely consistent with a Nation that drinks more beer per capita than any other country on earth the Czech's have a history with the traditional 'pub' that must rival even Britain, that country that surely has more hostelries per square mile than anywhere else and a tradition of drinking the brown ale that goes back to Roman times.
I could, but have not, research the history of beer brewing and drinking in the Bohemian lands but it definitely does go back some ...
... high water level impacting on trees, while we could also see that the road had disappeared in a number of paces. In a number of cases, there were people cleaning out houses alongside the river that had obviously had the river through them.
Another sight that enthused Marion on our way up the gorge was a very long train (heading down) that carried nothing but Hyundai I30s, presumably on their way from their factory in ...
... of the neighbourhood known as Malastranska.
Returned to the Xmas market in the Old Town later in the day, and enjoyed some more gluhwein and streetfood there.
The evening was spent at the Estates Theatre attending a peformance of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. I really enjoyed the opera, and felt extremely priviledged to be able to witness it being performed in this magnificent old opera theatre.
... flounces and bows in there hair. Boys in the short dress shorts that little boys sometimes where in the summer for private school. Or maybe a private school from the 1950's, but that's the fake nostalgia I'm drawing on. The building outlining them in bright pinks, oranges, yellows and blues. First we went to a tour at a glass blowing factory called Moser Glass. The s is pronounced like a z. This glass sits on courts of kings ...