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It was another train journey and a very scenic one at that. Some beautiful towns along the rivers. We arrived in Prague fairly late so it was just to the hotel and dinner. WE had the biggest hotel room here, a converted apartment with a bedroom, kitchen, tv room and bathroom and very close to the old town.
The next day we were up early and …
... the heavens opened and we ended up in Wenceslas square in the loudest thunderstorm I have ever heard! It made me jump! After hiding in a shopping centre for a while we had lunch at a bizarre czech resturant in which an incredibly eccentric man gave me kidney beans and ketchup as 'chilli' then got all sad when I couldnt finish it :( I did try! It just tasted terrible...his apple pie was very good though :D
We admitted defeat at the rain after running across several bridges in our ...
... typical castle is actually the cathedral. The one at Prague Castle was HUGE and intricately carved. The cathedral at Vysehrad was smaller but just as nicely carved. Inside was amazing. And the best part...women are a major part in Vysehrad history! 4 statues outside of the cathedral are of 4 women founders. Inside the cathedral are paintings of saints, including several females! In early Central European history, it's almost unheard of for women to be so ...
... the years 1948 to 1989, 205 486 people in the back-then Czechoslovakia were found guilty for political reasons, 248 were executed, 4 500 died in prisons, 327 died when trying to run away from the country and 170 938 people emigrated.
The Choir sang mass at Our Lady of Victory Church of the Holy Infant Infant Jesus of Prague, or as Will Ferrell would say, “cute, chubby, infant baby Jesus”. There is a 16th century wax-coated wooden ...
... It is currently undergoing restoration and is covered in scaffolding. But inside we were still able to see the large hall, which is big enough for jousts and even has a staircase designed to let a mounted soldier gallop in. Upstairs in the palace we saw some of the royal jewels which were quite beautiful. Just across from the Old Royal Palace is the Basilica of St. George. It is a very small basilica and we spent less then 10 minutes inside but it ...
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