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... the city and river. After wandering around for a while, I took a tram back to the old town, strolled across Charles Bridge again, and just relaxed. Then, I met up with some friends to take the funicular up to Petrin hill to see the Petrin tower. This tower was modeled after the Eiffel tower. It provides the best views of the entire city of Prague. Being up there reminded me of how big this city is and how ...
... luck as it was pretty interesting and exactly the type of think Little Pudd loves. It was quite large set over two big floors, the ground floor was all about WWI and the second floor was WWII. Both took a Czech perspective and there was lots of information and exhibits to be very interesting. Most of the exhibits were original artillery items from both wars. We spent quite some time in the Museum. When we exited we walked down the hill and along some ...
... along with 1,000s of others). Sadly, found a playground on the other side. Came back and Jo bought some glass earrings - very nice. Back early, bath, tea, kids in bed by 8pm. They need a good night's sleep. Bed shena****ns. Not really sure how it all panned out but Jo and I went to sleep in a double bed and the kids each in a single bed in the room next door. By morning, both B and F were in the double and Jo and I were in the two singles. 10 ...
We found the Old Town City Square and the large statute of Jon Hus, who led the charge to have both the bread and the wine at the Eucharist ( Holy Communion). The Hussites created quite a stir and it was not without bloodshed
... because I could actually dance to it. I was starting to get tired of the typical European techno music they play at the club. If I can't dance to it, then it's no good, and I can't dance to techno.
After a fun evening, we all headed back to the hostel to get some sleep.
The next day, Matt and I hopped on a bus to go tour the Terezin concentration camp. Emma stayed in Prague to tour the Jewish Museum and The Old Jewish Cemetery.