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... was ordered to raise the funds for purchasing of gold-plated Hebrew letters, placed around the head of the statue, spelling out "Holy, Holy, Holy, the Lord of Hosts," the Kedusha from the Hebrew prayer and originating in the vision from the Book of Isaiah. The inscription was a symbolic humiliation and degradation of Prague Jews, forcing them to pay for a set of golden letters referring to God and hung around the neck of the statue of Christ (information ...
... their history because I have never really learned about it before. After the tour we went for some lunch, I tried the beef goulash soup in a bread bowl and it was so good. It was kind of like stew but a little better, warmed us right up. We were gonna go to the castle afterwards but didn't think we would have enough time to see it all without rushing so we decided to go to Charles' Bridge and the John Lennon wall. They were both really cool, the views from the bridge were ...
... a baby. However, for that entire first week I really, really, really missed having air conditioning. A/C is something I don't take for granted anymore. If you're in the States right now and you're reading this, you're most likely in air conditioning. Well, sad to say, A/C doesn't really exist much here. And for the most part, that's not actually a problem. But most places in Prague (and apparently Europe?) don't have A/C, so if it does happen to get hot, you will ...
... half. Alone to companion. Beginning to end. My time in the city was not what I had anticipated (read as: Absinthe, underground music, sunrises and hangovers). The experience was shaped by where I had come from, who I was lucky to share the journey with, and probably (mostly) because I wasn't part of a 20 person stag party made up of Rugby players from England. I wouldn't change a ...
... it's kind of like, sugar, water, purple) :) But anyway, we checked out the astronomical clock, which was really cool for me, and wandered around some churches and towers and listened to some Celtic music. We didn't stay out too late since we were tired and planned to get up a bit early. We chilled at the hostel and met some girls from Seattle and some guys from Australia. Internet was a bit awful, kept coming and going, but we were able to catch up with some peeps. Then we ...