Hotel Cechie Praha
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... I have probably ever seen, Lyndon and I both fell asleep, the kids were bored to billyo and a couple down the front even walked out. At this stage of the day we were very disappointed to have the scooters with us, as having to find and pick them up in the dark was what prevented us from walking out too. It got worse, as the end of the show the puppet ‘masters’ (cough, sputter) came out on stage and we had to clap for them. With now only 11 ...
... of about thirty were pushing and shoving their way forward. Oh dear.
The rest of the afternoon was spent taking in the many sights that Prague had to offer, including a quaint little bookshop and a chocolate museum with some incredibly rude exhibits hidden at the back!! I’m not that prudish but even I was appalled by the Kama Sutra as depicted in milk chocolate slabs!
Prague although beautiful visually, most certainly had a ...
... would have preferred it more lyrical) and I found myself spellbound and lifted to another plane of experience as it rose and fell and the orchestra played together in some sort of symbiotic cohesion. It starts with four harps and the trombones - beautiful. It was fun to stroll there and back. The streets feel quite safe and there were people everywhere quite late.
So our stay is over and we went looking for a nice meal tonight - settled on a ...
... a skeleton rings a bell to
tell the time (in 24 hour time).
We went on a dinner cruise up the river which had a buffet, but because our
sleep cycles are still getting used to the lack of light exposure, Amy
struggled to keep her eyes open the second half of the cruise. We have both
been feeling tired by 7pm, with Eric falling asleep in Berlin at 7.15pm one
night. However, once off the boat we felt a bit more awake ...
... our Israel tour guide - so loud! The drive out to Kutna Hora was cold and confusing and half the bus stopped listening after a while - I know I did! Kutna Hora is a small town about an hour from Prague and began as a Cistercian Monastery in 1142, before Silver was found nearby and mining occurred consistently until the end of the 18th century. Due to the silver mines and it’s location in Bohemia, it longed competed with Prague as the most important city in the region ...