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We moved on to see the difference in architecture between the Gothic style Tyn church and the baroque style St. Nicolas Church. The absence of the Old Town Hall was also pointed out as it was destroyed during the Prague uprising in 1945 (where they failed to rid themselves of German rule). You can actually still see the jagged edge of the remaining wall next to the clock if you're standing in ...
Well bit of a sleep in today 6.30 all showered and ready for7.30 breakfast at the restaurant downstairs - Shashuka, boiled eggs, scalloped potatoes with mushrooms, salad, smoked salmon, humous, sliced capsicum what ever colour you want, cucumbers, tomatoes (1st time we have seen them in Europe , the boring cereal, and then yummy kosher cakes (fresh) just like you get at weddings , fresh fruit, fresh bread or toast a wonderful filling start to the day. From gp here ...
... s most famous Art Nouveau artist. His paintings encircle the room just below the ceiling. Stained-glass windows and jewel-encrusted curtains add to the beauty. Is it the most beautiful room in the building? I would dare say so, except that we saw only a fraction of the 1,200 rooms. And yet--Prague Castle is said to be ten times larger in square-footage terms. A final historical note: Czechoslovakia's independence was declared from a balcony of the municipal house in ...
... dough wrapped around a thick wooden pole, baked and brushed with sugar and cinnamon. Next morning we found old town square and then headed for the Charles bridge over the Danube. We wanted to get to the castle to see the changing of the guard. Getting from old town square over the Charles bridge and to the castle meant running the gauntlet of tour operators, concert spruikers and souvenir shops which have overtaken ...
... Unfortunately, the National Museum is closed, so we were unable to see the upside down horse by (?). Since we had an hour and a half before our train departure, we roamed around the city. We ended our walk to a restaurant called Lokal. We ordered sausage and roast beef in tomato sauce. The sausage was by far the best sausage we had on the trip. The service were good and the prices were reasonable. After lunch, we headed back to ...