Clarion Congress Hotel Prague
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... and really liked the black light dancing. It was cheap and a different thing to see. And I am so so glad that Quinn enjoyed it so much.
At the end of the week we took the kids to the symphony. We are not some classical music aficionados or anything, far from it. But it was spectacular. It was Vivaldi, Four Seasons and the acoustics were incredible. We all agreed that the violin was our favorite. Just a great and interesting (and very cultural thing) for us to do. ...
... would have also created a feeling of distance between God and
ourselves, rather than the relationship we actually hold.
We walked through the Jewish quarter of the city (Josefov)
and were going to visit the cemetery and synagogue but the line was too long.
So we walked through the city and then did some shopping at their main mall
(Sephora fans, the shop here is very cheap, even compared to the US stores). Amy
bought a pair of boots ...
... tomorrow (we have a super early start) and decided to sneak the bread away in our bags. When the pork knee arrived, we had expected it to be like Asian pork crackling, but it was nothing like it. More like a chunk of ham. It was on a mini-spit and we had no idea how to carve it. Van did an awesome job hacking into it and carving away at it for all of us, even if it did look like a dog's breakfast after she was done. Mid way, the waitress had walked past us and ...
... about the clock, one is that the clockmaker, Hanus, had his eyes put out after finishing his work too stop him from making another. For revenge, he broke the clock and it took 100 years to repair it. Another legend says that if the clock stops for any length of time, Prague will fall. We met back at the church at 4.15 and the students retrieved all of their gear and we walked back to the Czech bridge where the buses were meeting us. Back at the hotel by around 5.00pm. First ...
... bell towers and buildings standing over the square. The beer in Prague is delicious! It's like liquid gold. We continued to pub hop and people watch til dinner. Every pub made it harder and harder to work out the money conversion and the tipping rate. One bar tender thought he'd take it upon himself to take his own tip. After having a rethink of the bill and my change, the bill totaled 136, the ...