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... in the 13th C. included the Jewish colony on the north-west edge of town, and an area along the main road known at the time as Jewish St...now Siroka. Along came the crusades and the Jewish community shrank. As happened then and in many times, a king came to the community's rescue and protection. This was not purely altruistic, as is with any protection.... Jews were good merchants and taxes could be collected. The original ...
... we walked down could be on a postcard. Dinner took us to a restaurant a ways off the main square. We sat down in the basement with a violinist and guitarist playing for us. The three course meal was very good, even though it took them 20 extra minutes to get some food to our table. It happened to be my sister's birthday so they played her the song and brought out a dessert with a candle. After dinner, we headed to the hotel. Free wifi and AC, let's say it was a nice ...
... also took lots more photos of various buildings and streetscapes that continue to impress me. 285 steps up to the top of St Vitus Cathedral tower via a single narrow spiral staircase was quite an effort, but well worth the Kč 150 (Koruna -about $7.50) and expended calories - which will need to be replaced with Czech beer :) I ...
We arrived at Prague after a 2 hour drive.
We walked into town and walked up a mountain.
We stopped at 1 playground and 2 exercise things.
We were 3 quarters up and I found a massive stick. I snapped it in half. Zara got 1 half and I got the other. We pretended to be spear men.
We looked at Eiffel Towers little brother.
We walked across Charles bridge.
We looked ...
... of these drawings she kept were discovered and now many of the pieces of art are on display at this synagogue.
Unfortunately, photos were not permitted in any of the synagogues as we would have loved to capture the wallpaper and the children's drawings. However, photos were allowed at our next stop, the Old Jewish Cemetery. This is definitely the most interesting cemetery I've ever seen. There were tombstones everywhere and it certainly wasn't uncommon for stones to ...