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... and describe artifacts associated with Jewish burial rituals, the role of the Burial Society in the community and other community rites: marriage, circumcision, Bar and Bat Mitzvah. Down the street is the Old-New Synagogue,built in 1270 and is the oldest synagogue in Eastern Europe. We missed the interior of the Spanish Synagogue as we were running out of time. Another time... We lunched at a local restaurant and hurried over to the Havelske market. There were a few stalls selling ...
... are based. So there you go, Wenceslas didn't just go around looking after the cold and needy - he had us all in mind!
For those interested I suggest you read here http://morebeer.com/brewingtechniques/l ibrary/backissues/issue5.3/urquell.html
-sums up the history reasonably eloquently, even if choosing I think to fudge the whole Budweiser/Budvar issue.
In the current age the most famous of Czech beers are the SABMiller-owned Pilsner Urquell ...
... where I can just feel if I'm going the wrong way or not. I can look at a map, then look at the roads around me and made a match. Occasionally I've walked out of bus or train stations and just gone in whichever way felt right. And it's worked. Although now I've said all this I fully expect to walk into a big piece of trouble some time soon.
I didn't care about the hostel when I found it, being far more interested in the blue Trabant estate parked outside. Used a promotional ...
Spent a lovely 2 days in the beautiful city! And for once, the weather cooperated!! Beautiful clear skies and HOT days (28 and 24 respectively!) with just a bit of a breeze made for enjoyable sightseeing. Walking tour hit the highlights, walked the st Charles bridge (twice, once at night and once during the day!), saw the ...
... outfit and into gear more suited to the chilly Prague outdoors, brrrrrr. Took the metro at about 4pm (nearly dark by then) and did a two hour visit to the old town square area. Had been to Prague before so know exactly how to get there....which metro stop, where to walk, what to eat, drink, and so on. At the Xmas market in the square I had gluhwein, trdilnik (Czech almond pasty treat.....nice), collected my booked opera tickets at tourist ...