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... to him on a wall by spray painting his picture and some lyrics. Over the years it became a symbol of freedom against communism and although the secret police tried to paint over it numerous times, it still remains today and Beatles lyrics and pictures are still spray painted on it now. We learnt that many Czech's have not been fond of their last two presidents (including the current one) and our guide a Czech local was more than happy to talk about ...
I have been befuddled over our last several hotel rooms. They are not so much rooms as suites, apartments, condos, garden villas. They are down town, they are old, they are well appointed, but hardly lavish and they are cheap, in the neighborhood of $75. Downtown in a major city, that's cheap. On our tour of Prague today our tour guide gave me the answer: Before the USSR collapsed in 1989, there were no tourists here or ...
... night time walk back to our hotel across historic Old Town, which is full of energy and life from the night time activities.
It seems to us that the general population of tourists here tends to be on the younger “backpacker” side of things, so the street performers, and bar activities really tend to heat up at night.
We enjoy Prague as much during our second visit as we did during our first, and expect to return for many more visits in the future. ...
So since we are halfway finished with our European adventure and are about to meet with our family in Ireland this is a good opportunity to reflect on our favorite pieces of our journey so far. Vicky's Favorite things: Favorite city: Prague. Close second goes to Amsterdam. Favorite tradition: Bastille Day fireworks. Favorite church: St. Basil's in Moscow. Favorite landmark: Leaning Tower of Pisa or Panathenaic Stadium in Athens. Favorite activity: Flamenco show in Barcelona ...
... we were off to two other former synagogues that are now museums. The walls of the Pinkus synagogue hold the longest epitaph in the world, listing the names of those from Prague who died in the Nazi concentration camps. It also houses the permanent exhibition of children's drawings from Terezín. Terezín functioned as a transit camp between 1941 and 1945 where Jewish inmates were held before shipment east ...