BEST WESTERN Premier Hotel Royal Palace Prague
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... min) into town and walk around for an hour or two and then come back to see the Chapel with bones before going back to Prague. Kutna Hora is a museum town with lots of different monuments, churches, and other historical sites/museums. Lunch was a bit late since we were full from having a big breakfast. We stopped by a place recommended by trip advisor. It was a Czech restaurant. Everything in this town is so much cheaper than ...
... tower- after scaling this giant the whole of Prague was presented as a sprawling, magnificent micro-city against the surrounding green Czech hills.
On the very long trek back to the hostel, me and Alex took a detour in a desperate search for a cake to celebrate Ethan's 18th birthday that night. After about ten shops, and having nearly considered sticking the candles in some biscuits, we miraculously stumbled across some ...
... in the Jewish ghetto that destroyed most of the buildings and synagogues in the late 1600's. There were a few magnanimous rabbis determined to preserve the Jewish history and population in Prague and the Nazis actually helped by gathering all of the items left behind by the Jewish deportation efforts and the goods taken from Jews at the camps and bringing all of it to Prague for cataloging. There is an enormous amount of Jewish ceremonial silver and cloth in ...
... jersey to wear in what we expect to be the cooler climate of Helsinki.
On the way back to the hotel, Marion decided she wanted an ice cream. We went up to what we thought was an ice cream stand in Wenceslas Square and found it was something quite different. Instead we saw tiny little (pea-sized) balls and asked to taste them, Marion chose melon balls. They were green and yellow and looked like peas and corn. The taste ...
... at the majestic architecture, go into the cathedral where the stain glass windows are so pretty. We decide to take a different exit down not as many stairs and we see some different parts of the palace area. Back at the bottom over the bridge and heading for home. The kids and us really like having time out of the motorhome just to chill not on top of each other. Dinner at mama Lucy's then home we go. Dinner wasn't all that. It was pretty ...