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... to access compared to others we had visited. The climb up the castle tower via several narrow winding wooden staircases and ladders was not for anyone with a fear of heights but the view from the top was awe inspiring.
It was reasonably easy to escape the majority of the crowds if you could find a shady table in pleasant spot in the dining precinct by the river. As the waters of the river were quite fast flowing it was a popular place for a bit ...
... walked the bridge at night and took in the gorgeous views of the city lit up at night. Then, we went over to the club, Karlovy Lazne, which was billed as "the largest music club in Central Europe" or something like that. The cover wasn't too bad- about $7, but that only included entrance to the 5 floors. There was also an ice bar on the ground floor, so naturally, we had to try it.
... my way back I walked past an interesting section of the city which contained the famous 'John Lennon Wall'. This wall has been graffitied over and over again for decades since his death in 1980. It was a source for young Czechs to rebel against the Communist-era regime. I guess Lennon truly made a world-wide impact. "All we need is love".... Love and beer.... That is why I'll be heading by train tomorrow to Munich, Germany for the 'bucket-list' celebration of ...
... performance, heralded by a skeleton ringing a bell. Sounds macabre but it holds the interest of the crowd and usually ends in a round of applause once the clock has completed its hourly cycle.
Sunday 31 Aug 14 - The heavy rain forecast has not yet appeared - but the forecast has moved that out to tomorrow. Might make walking around the City a bit more comfortable today.
Evening entry - well, I was being optimistic and the day ended ...
... WWII the Nazis used it as a concentration camp and ghetto. A very moving experience.
In the afternoon using public transport I took a ride into town to see the Dancing House, a modern building styled after the dancing Fred and Ginger by Architect Frank Ghery, and a ride up the funicular. The evening ended with a cultural dinner and entertainment. An 8 hour coach drive yesterday brought our group to Budapest to board our cruise ship the Travelmarvel Diamond.