Plaza Alta Hotel
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... let it be (Malta's national embassy sits on the other side of the wall). As we got the scoop on why this wall was rather dense with spray paint and other markings, our tour guide handed us permanent markers to add our own touch. For those of you making a visit, look for my name!
Our next stop on the wooded side of the river was the Charles Bridge. While we didn't ride or walk over it (yet), we did get the history behind it since we were right next to the infamous ...
... themed music and light shows, some even include ballet performances. Unfortunately the rain hit hard and we called it a chill night in, packing chatting and surfing the web. So here's something for the next trip in Prague, another thing to consider would be a show at a Black Light Theatre.
ps. on a last note, if you buy food or drink from a street vendor and it sounds too high (ie different from the last night or other stands around), walk away and buy somewhere else.
... occupation. We also toured the Old-New Synagogue, the oldest Synagogue in Europe.
After our tours of the Jewish Quarter, we headed back to Old Town Square to have some lunch. We had noticed a number of street vendors on the square that seemed to be making some pretty delicious food and decided we would give it a try. Between us, we had some grilled sausages, ham cooked over an open flame, and a dish that included potatoes, cabbage, and ...
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