Design Hotel Jewel Prague
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... if you go for an unfiltered. And boy do the Czechs know how to make food to accompany beer. Bread and potato dumplings stuffed with bacon bits Beer marinated stews. Pork knuckle....wow. I think my currently vegetarian friend Ari told me that if he craved any meat, it would be pork knuckle. I hear ya. Feeling full we had again a relaxing afternoon and evening exploring CK, popping into see local delicacies being made, handcrafts, ginger alcohol (and gingerbread), more ...
... the skeleton ring some chimes at 7 PM. We did it with purpose because Jim had gone there @ 9 This morning while I was dressing to film the clock but he pushed the wrong button & missed seeing the big event. We were afraid we'd miss it again because of all the people with umbrellas stopping in front of the cafe, 2 short ladies without umbrellas wound up in front of us so we had no problem. I had seen a pastry a few days ago that looked really yummy so we went ...
... about 120,000 bodies, became very overcrowded. When they ran out of space they had to start burying the dead on top of each other. Some graves are 10 bodies deep. The cemetery is now one of the highest points in the old town. Ina told us the story of one unsung hero of WW2. A red cross worker by the name of Nicholas Winton. In 1938, when he was supposed to be on skiing holiday in Austria, he came to Prague at the request of a friend who was trying to help the ...
... find a bit of an original, local experience if you're anywhere close to Praha 1 (The Old City). I tried a spot that was closed, and then made it to 'Amandine Cafe'. The place was empty and a bit overpriced. By the time I finished breakfast, Rodrigo asked me to meet him at the National Museum esplanade in a few minutes. The National Museum esplanade was hosting a Saturday fashion market event. The place was packed with people, fashion and garments stalls, food stalls, and ...
... menu. And ******* awful. Seriously, awful. Don't try it, ok do, when in Prague and all... So without saying the sight seeing that following day wasn't so eventful, but the five off us soldiered on. Clearly our travel instincts went out the window and the hint of sun had us all in our summer gear, and Lauren proclaiming to her mum on the phone "this is the best weather we have had so far." Ha. Joke was on us. Should have waited an hour, when we were in the tourist priced cafe and ...