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... at night too! On the hour we watched the Astronomical Clock; the oldest part of the clock dates back to 1410, and it is the oldest astronomical clock still working!
We visited Prague Castle and did a few tours, the highlight of which was the Golden Lane. The Lane is a row of miniature houses set-up as they would have been in the 16th century where various alchemists, sewers, etc would have lived to serve the king. That night we went to a five story ...
As Prague Castle (Prazsky Hrad), built around 880, is so large, we bought 2 day tickets to visit the Old Royal Palace, St Vidus cathedral and several other buildings in the castle. The exihibition 'The Story of Prague Castle' detailed restoration and discoveries over the years and had on display a huge range of ...
A reasonably eRly start today as we have to have breakfast Nd be ready for our organised tour by 8.30am. Very impressive breakfast here at the Hilton I must say - it would rival some of the best we have had in Asia and they know how to put a breakfast on! I can see why people say you put on up to 5 kgs on these trips! Our tour guide managed to get caught in traffic ( her story) and we started 15 minutes late, but she ...
... mad legal scramble which lasted years. Pretty interesting stuff. We also went to the KGB museum here, which was entertaining but not terribly enlightening. Best way to describe it was a guided tour of one man's collection of KGB gadgetry / artifacts. On our last day here, we went to a rock climbing gym with filip. Fun fact about Czech rock climbing gyms, they serve beer! Plus strawberry soda and coffees. Apparently Fillip met Adam ondra (~20yr old ...
... of time. In one of the larger cells, we saw the three tier bunk beds which would accommodate about 25-30 people and in which the Nazis typically kept 75-100. The only furniture was the bunks (no indication of what they might have had for mattresses), a narrow wooden 'locker' space, about 5" wide and 6" deep and 5' high with a 'shelf' about a foot from the floor and 6" from the top of the uprights, and a sort of stove fed from ...