BEST WESTERN Premier Hotel Royal Palace Prague
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... lively place, FULL of tourists, walking tours, musicians playing drums and dudelsacks (old medieval bagpipe-like things), street performers, food stalls and roadside restaurants and bars, and surrounded by more of the city's beautiful buildings. We walked around in wonder just drinking in the sights;
- Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock: the clock dates back to the beginning of the 15th century, and huge crowds gather just before the clock strikes the hour, as 12 ...
... or a mile and a half walk. To Dan's surprise I chose the mile and a half walk. Now I'm sure if we had known that this mile and a half would be directly uphill THE WHOLE TIME... I don't think Dan would have agreed. Since, you know, he's a super manly man and would not let me take the bike with the bags strapped on it even when I asked. Then to top it off it started to rain! But we did make it to the campsite and it had stopped in time for us to set up the tent. Because ...
... a day off, or two. It couldn't be the day Europe blows up once more, could it?
Okay, not so diverse a theme after all as the third part of today's posting revolves around a former Soviet leader, Josef Stalin.
In 1955 the ruling Czech Communist party elected to build in Prague, at a cost of nearly 140,000 Koruny, the biggest statue of Stalin in the world. Standing over 15 metres tall and actually only a part of an exhibit that was several ...
... the graveyard winds around and finally leads you to the entrance of the burial society building and then the Maisel Synagogue. The burial society building contains some displays about traditional Jewish death practices. There is a series of paintings that shows what happens to a corpse and several artifacts on display. The Maisel synagogue contains some displays on Jewish holidays and family rituals. It's a great place to get a taste of Jewish cultural practices.Overall, I found ...