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Wish I could say that the kaleidoscope cinema made up for what the mirror maze lacked ……
Next it was back walking again to find a puppet cinema that we had seen earlier in the day, as Lyndon and I wanted to recreate a memory from our last trip to Prague when we absolutely loved seeing a puppet show version of Don Giovanni. We found it, we didn’t recreate the great memory. Oh my goodness, it was the ...
... of people who could walk at the top at any one time and we had to wait for our turn. And when it was our turn, we were on a very narrow platform and were forced to wait behind two girls who were taking selfie after selfie with every footstep. We eventually had to barge past them to walk all the way around. It appeared that we finished our look around just in time as as we were leaving, the man regulating the number of people on the platform had vanished and a ...
... going past the secret entrance!!
Last night was a huge highlight of our stay in Prague. We realised in our research that we would be here for the Spring Festival, so booked tickets for the second Opening Night concert in the Municpal House music hall - Smetana's My Country performed by the Hamburg Orchestra. That was highly significant for such a patriotic occasion and piece of music. It was fullsome and energetic (a Prague lady we spoke ...
Prague is a beautiful city. It is full of old castles and
wonderful old buildings and old cobblestone streets. It looks like it came out of a
fairytale. The Christmas Market in the old town square was stunning as it lay
at the foot of a palace that looked like the Disneyland castle. The
Astronomical Clock tower is also located in the square. Each hour the clock chimes out, with Biblical figures
moving in a circular motion out of the ...
... am well aware that the pretty much all of the guides we’ve encountered thus far have English as their second language, they have all been easy to understand regardless of accents and odd pronunciations. Not this one. We struggled to understand half of what he was saying and it was helped less by the fact that when he wasn’t sure of a word he would just use the Czech equivalent, and then there was the problem of his shouting into the microphone. It very much reminded ...