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... waiting for. At 12 the clock began to move, a skeleton on the outside of the building began to ring a bell and the clock came to life with various figures moving and the 12 apostles passing by at each window. We passed a sex museum and decided that on the way back we will stop by.
After a mission, taking the train asking for directions etc we found the shop only to find out that they were out of stock. We then passed a tattoo parlour and decided ...
... This was by far the most breathtaking cathedral we have visited since we started our journey in Europe three weeks ago. As we were exiting the castle, we were lucky enough to experience the changing of the castle guards as well! On the way back to the hotel, we stumbled upon the Medieval Astronomical Clock located in Old Town Square. This clock was installed in 1410, making it the oldest clock that still works! We ended our time in Prague with a trip to the ...
... it. They used a lot of the original materials from the old church including lots of black brick. On the inside you can see the original half melted cross. It was not re sanctified as a church until 2005. The town itself contained many beautiful buildings but it seemed very quiet and dull for a town of its size.
After lunch it was back on the coach and off to Prague. 3 hours and a philosophical debate about free will later and we arrived ...
... low on Korunas. I turned around and they had all left me alone at the cash machine! So much for my battle buddies. I guess when the shopping sirens are calling you have to heed. We stopped at the bottom of Wenceslas to get some more of the cinnamon dough we had tried our first day. Delicious again. As we wandered through narrow cobblestone streets we came upon a small farmers market with stalls selling all types of things, fruit, vegetables, souvenirs, toys ... they even ...
... of the city to pick up a few more folks.
The bus dropped us at the Prague Castle and we worked our way down into the "Lesser City" or New Town, the smaller, less old part of the city. We crossed the Charles Bridge to the Old Town from back before the 14th century.
The tour took us on a little river excursion that showed us views with a different perspective. Once off the boat, we went to lunch in a tavern below the street ...