Hotel Golden City - Garni
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... the Slav Epic paintings.
The Slav Epic (Czech: Slovanská epopej) is a cycle of 20 large canvases painted by Czech Art Nouveau painter Alfons Muchabetween 1910 and 1928. The cycle depicts the mythology and history of Czechs and other Slavic peoples. In 1928, after finishing his monumental work, Mucha bestowed the cycle upon the city of Pragueon ...
... statues and memorials. It's been a marketplace since the 11th century. We then made our way to the Vltava river via the Charles bridge, the most famous of the 15 or so bridges that cross it. It is lined with carved statues of saints and religious figures, apparently to lead the masses back to Mass. Not sure how successful they were as some of the them are quite grotesque. Next day started more leisurely with a walk to some gardens high up in the Zizkov ...
... shops, restaurants, bars, theatres. And 20 metres away was the Charles Bridge, and the most glorious river, buildings, spires, statues, slow-ambling crowds, musicians, artisans, jewellers, painters, carvers. A most amazing atmosphere of pleasure, joy, wonderment, relaxation. All on our doorstep! After an hour or more we stopped for a snack, which once again reinforced the fact that eating in these here ...
... Carmen and Danita took themselves by train down to EuroDisney about 45 minutes outside of Paris for 3 nights.
All fully booked from Australia even the Restaurants they ate at at Walt Disney Studios and Disney Park to avoid missing out. They had 3 days and even though they had a ball there is so much to see. This was their 3rd visit so I think that might be them done now.
And I can hear you all saying, "surely she must be done by now too"
... of the Guard, (which a couple were using as a backdrop for their wedding photos).
Prague is famous for its concerts, and we finished the day at the Sladkovsky Hall in the Municipal House. The Prague Chamber Orchestra performed The Four Seasons, Canon in D, Hungarian Dance No 5, and Gypsy Airs, all familiar, and all brilliantly played. I was especially taken with the charmingly handsome lead violinist.