EA Embassy Prague Hotel
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... main centre so backtracked arriving at the Astronomical Clock just in time for the 5.00pm chime. There was a large crowd gathered to watch the clock strike. We then went into
St Nicholas church on the next corner built in the 1700’s it was very beautiful inside. It seems that the rain will not go away tonight so returned home for dinner.
We spent a restful night in our ...
Wenceslas Square : where many historical events occurred. Also demonstrations, celebrations, and other public gatherings. Today, as we walked past, there was a peaceful demonstration against gays adopting children! The square is named after Saint Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia.
In the medieval days, there were no street addresses so residents had an animal carved/painted above their door. ...
... had absinthe.
Off to bed then at the end of another long day.
... woman then started reading me her Prague guidebook and telling me all about these amazing things I should go see. I thanked her kindly and felt it inappropriate to then tell her that this was already my 10th trip to Prague.
Two years ago I was at the WVC in Cape Town, and I won a drawing for free registration at this conference, so it was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up (registration fees are around US $1000 for the week-long ...
... Oolamuk in the Czech Republic. On the way we stopped at a church in Kutna Hora where the church was covered in human bones. Bone sculptures, bone piles and even a bone chandelier, very creepy. The next day we travel over the boarder to Poland where we went stayed in Krakow. We went out to Auschwitz concentration camp which an interesting but very emotional place. We seen where many jewsish lost their lives in WW2 learnt about it's history. Back in Krakow we did a bike tour ...