Hotel City Bell
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... there was an exhibit that was also very moving. Many of the Prague Jews were sent to a nearby concentration camp and during that time, a teacher who was sent to the camp had children draw to give them some normalcy and try to take their attention off of their dire situation. Some drew of happier times while others drew dark, deathly images. The story was told that this woman collected thousands of drawings from children, but sadly, she was taken to Auschwitz. After the ...
... noting Czechs do not speak in hushed towns in their local pubs. They also take their smoking seriously. Apparently all the other countries around them have embraced anti-smoking campaigns, so they're the bastion of smokers in Central Europe. We attempted to sample the prague music scene on a shoestring by attending free concerts. First stop was a jazz concert by the river which we mistimed so we only heard a few minutes of jazz. Second stop was ...
... large and expansive feel, and the windows are covered in the most interesting and beautiful stained glass I've ever seen. The cathedrals of Paris had amazing glass but here it is so detailed and varied that some of it even seems to resemble a comic book. The stories they tell are clear and easy to follow, which is pretty much never the case (for me anyways). As we did our little walking circuit of the cathedral we found ourselves next to a large group of older ...
... her docile and obedient at the drop of a hat.
Without doubt though, the best and most memorable attraction I experienced in Prague was a Black Light Theatre performance. I’d been advised to have a few beers before I went in, and having done so, sat down in a near empty theatre and waited patiently for the show to start. I had absolutely no idea what I was about to witness. As far as I could tell from the show’s pamphlet, it was loosely based on ...
It's 12:30pm on a Tuesday and me and my mates from school are at the local pub tucking into some goulash and a few pints. There is an excited energy flowing between us as we devour our local brew in a smoke induced haze, relishing the culture and the opportunities that it affords us hedonists. We smile, we laugh, and between mouthfuls of heady ale and heavy, oil laden food, comes the indiscernible murmur of conversation. The food is amazing, the ...