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... by it! At about 11:55 we walked into the square to find a massive crowd peering up at a clock which we presumed to be the famous one everyone talks about. I'm not quite sure why though because I have to say that as the clock struck midday I was not at all impressed. Yes it was a very beautiful clock but a few moving statues was not quite the fireworks I'd been expecting! From there we went ...
... tour at 6pm, so something to line the stomachs with. Everything in Prague is cheap, I had a $1.60AUS beer with lunch, photo attached. After lunch we went back to the room, to chill for a few hours before the beer tour. We experienced the Prague public transport system and after some technical difficulties and 4 trams, we got to our meeting destination finally. When we arrived, again we found it hard to find the person who was hosting the tour. No signs, ...
Arrived in Prague mid morning, meaning we had a few hours to kill before we could check into our apartment. Found a nice park nearby and read in the sun (woo a warm country again!!) for lunch we had the aptly named snitzel king before promptly checking in and getting settled in. Found a nearby place that did traditional Czech cuisine or as close to it as us newbies wouldn't know any better for tea. Aimee had roast beef with cranberry sauce and cream on ...
It's me again, to tell you about our few days in Prague, one of the last stops on our trip.
We caught the bus from Cesky Krumlov at 11.00 am, and were surprised to discover it was a very swish bus indeed. Leather(ette) seats, each with a TV in the back and a choice of films, TV shows or music to listen to, and coffee and tea delivered to your seat by a cheery stewardess. Whilst I worked my way through 4 ...
... Most of the inscriptions on the headstones are worn away with time.
Next we visited the Klausen Synagogue which has also been turned into a museum. This museum held various artifacts categorized by the holidays they symbolize. For example in the Rosh Hashanah section we saw old Shofars and in the Purim section we saw Groggers. This was my favorite museum because I love how Jews all over the world celebrate holidays the same way. So many things about ...