EA Hotel Jeleni Dvur
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... took 16 years to complete and cover the time period of 500 A.D. to the 1920s. Keeping in mind that the canvases had to be hidden from the Germans during WWII, it's amazing they're still so well preserved. Definitely a trip highlight! We relaxed a bit at the hotel before enjoying a night cruise down the Vltava River on the Jazz Boat. Yes, it was a bit touristy, but allowed us an easy last night of great views. The jazz band (Coffee Time) was made up of Czech artists, who ...
... was going to bring me on every tour because I made up for other people's lack of laughter at his jokes. I thought he was hilarious though! Like he told this one joke about when they threw these people out of a window (sounds horrible, I know, but they survived) and he goes "I guess you could say the Czechs [cheques] bounced..." Hahah it still gets me. Anyways, on the tour I met some friends from Australia (told you, Aussies are everywhere), one of which whose name was Lana came ...
... a tesco, which we both go very excited about. After we got some lunch in the old town square and watched the clock turn the hour. The astronomical clock is very interesting. Everyone crowds around every hour, maybe up to about 200 people to watch a clock chime for a max of 30 seconds. The clock is pretty spectacular and if you are in the square then go and look at it although don't make a massive effort to be there on the hour. You can ...
... restaurant was secretly practicing for iron chef. I'm also pretty sure that the police officer we passed on the way out subsequently declared a biohazard. We'd been lucky with the weather thus far, but the forecast showed increasingly certain predictions of thunderstorms, so we were now eager to get back to the hostel, in particularly because wet clothes would not have time to dry before tomorrow. I thought I'd be able to handle the cloverleaf intersections this time - but ...
... br> How we spent our days
Aside from walking along Prague's main pedestrian (car free, or almost free) streets we joined some of the rest of the family on a boat cruise of the Vltava River and for a delicious Czech lunch. We also made several delightful walks through the small village and narrow roads as we walked from the pension to the Metro station. It was a short, yet delightful introduction Prague and the Czech Republic.