Hotel City Centre
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... turrets of churches, the castle upon the hill and the large open space of the main square. It was just turning 12pm and the crowds in front of the astrological clock was ridiculous. It looked like you wouldn't even be able to move down there! What was quite worrying, was that the tower had no barrier. There was a small, waist-high barrier, but that was it. Anyone could have thrown something off the top, or even jumped off! Quite unusual! We headed back down and back ...
... in attendance, this year they said there were 9,000. It has been happening for the last 10 years, very successful . Lots of young people, and so appreciative and attentive. Had a giant screen so you could see the players, the stage was giant and about 40 symphony members. We were about 40 feet away, the sound was awesome. Love outdoor concerts!!!
Took the metro home, not a problem. Awesome night.
Tues. Wed. Thurs.
River walk, you can ...
... to invite woman once she accepts he can embrace her and feel the womanly energy coming out.Jing and jang.Connection between feminine and masculine energies ..Living alongside to another.Merging together.Creating masterpiece through dancing. What clicks for one doesn't click for another get all have our favourite dancers.Embraces. Let's experiment and in every dance try to find that piece of yourself you can express.No matter what level you are /he is / she ...
... scaffold. They do not need to wear them on the roof.
Can you see 100 spires? - From the Prague Palace the view is spectacular. Prague has 100 spires. No we did not count them.
Out of context - This poster is outside the Cathedral on the hill above Prague.
The Astronomical Clock and a very happy couple. - If they got a CK for every photo taken they would be starting married life with a nice bank balance. The crowd that gathers, on the hour, to watch the clock is huge. So ...
... some tacky, some actually quite nice and let's not forget the entertainers and beggars. This makes for a symphony of sights, sounds and sometimes even smells. Dodging all these folks as well as the tour groups makes walking in a straight line virtually impossible. We zigged and then zagged, stopped for photos and then zigged again. I'm glad we arrived in October and not during peak tourist season.
Another well known spot ...