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Travel Blogs from Prague
... My last night was spent watching the closing ceremony of Sochi olympic games with Grandma and Lenka; Grandma does not speak English but was still able to point out which athletes she found handsome. She also sang along with the Russian anthem - the same one she learned under communist rule. She was most interested in my own family, and seeing photos she greatly approved of my 102-yr old Grandma S, my Grandma C’s motorbike riding, and ...
... There is only one type of beer that they serve which is brewed in house. The beer was dark, smooth and delicious.
After the pub, Marek left us and we decided to some dinner at one of his recommended restaurants, Volkkovna, in Old Town. The place was busy so we got seated on high tables near the front of the restaurants. The guys ordered their 1L beers and I ordered a regular pint of the Pilsner Irquell. I ordered baby back ...
... and we saw 2 crashes in the short time we were there!)
Our first port of call was Wenceslas Square, which was probably only 15 minutes from our hotel. As soon as we arrived, we had to sit down and have a sugary drink as we were both completely knackered. I think Wenceslas Square will always hold a special place in Jonathan’s heart because this was the place, after 4 weeks of me moaning, that I found a pair of (sensible and comfortable) shoes. I ...
... to get me some warm clothes. I must say I did very well with another pair of jeans, 2 tops and a waterproof jacket which was quite fashionable.
We then wandered throughout the streets and found the most amazing gothic cathedral. On entering rather than finding restrained lighting there was a kaleidoscope of colour, lighting the arches. It was stunning. On the outside we were knee deep in Mozart imitators - it took me back to the Elvis festival in Parkes!
... br> survivors of the Lezaky atrocity. They
were both sent to Germany for re-education—the grandfather, who managed to
survive Buchenwald, took care of them after the war. Jarmila is still alive today.
Many Czechs were also taken to Mauthausen. One group arrived on October 24, 1942. The prisoners were lined up and asked their
names and professions. They were told it
was time for a health check. Led ...