Winston Churchill Hotel
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... was a lower level that had several rooms to it. The meal was really good. I also finished my first beer. We then left and stumbled upon another restaurant that had live jazz music playing. We stopped in and listened while having another beer.
The next day we spent leisurely waking around Prague. We walked along the river and found a park. We then sat on ...
... has been a tavern since the 1500's. After the lunch we checked out the astronomical clock on the old town hall.
There was an endless supply of scenes to be photographed and our tour guide made the history of Bohemia Come alive. Alex had excellent English and we learned that he has been studying at the University of Sterling in Scotland. This guy knew his stuff, he was funny and great to talk with one on one.
The tour began at ...
... she just poured and handed me my next beer and was extremely cold to me.Maybe I will not be going back to that place after all (even though the beer was so cheap). I AM JUST TRYING TO MAKE FRIENDS! Even if that means they are 50 year old bartenders! I may never make a friend in this city :(. So by this point I had probably had one to many drinks to where my decision making was a little off. I paid, walked back to my bus stop, and waited. I got on the bus four minutes early, and it ...
... There is also a presentation of statues of the Apostles at the doorways above the clock, with all twelve presented every hour. This all happens several stories up so it's kind of hard to see.
We then continued our walk to the River where we saw the Charles Bridge which was started in 1357 and finished in the 15th century. From the plaza there, we had a good view of Hradcany which we will be visiting tomorrow.
Prague!! I LOVED Prague!! Absolutely loved it. But before I start talking about Prague, let me talk about the pit stop that we made before we got there.. We made a pit stop in the Mauthausen Concentration Camp. To be honest I have no idea, no idea at all how to describe what I felt after what I learnt, saw and read. I guess confronting and saddened are the words I'll use but I feel like they're not strong of a words to describe what I witnessed. ...