Grand Majestic Plaza
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If Vienna is like one big museum and Budapest has a wonderful eating and drinking culture, then Prague's main claim must be its sheer beauty. Visually it is a feast for the eyes - a riot of building styles, colours and periods. Unlike Vienna and Budapest which were largely refashioned in the nineteenth century, Prague has everything dating back to …
... so many people there. I can still recall most of their names, Hayley, Steve, Dan, Sadhy, Diego, Jakob, Gabi, Danielle, Sarah, Paul, Rob, everyone was a blast. We even traveled from Berlin to Prague with most of these people, but I'll get to Prague later. Anyway, we head to a club called Tresor. One of the kids from the hostel told us about it, and he was a Berliner, so we didn't really know what to expect. We queued up outside this place, and it looks like a warehouse of ...
... fat pumpkins, freshly baked Czech pastries, and autumn wreaths, and then purchased a crispy Czech apple. Carson and I went to Friend’s Coffee House for the day. I blogged and he read. When we had built up an appetitive, we left Friends and ate some really great red and green curry Thai dishes at Bangkok Restaurant. I enjoyed one last evening walk through Prague, packed, and then left for the bus station where I boarded a 12-hour night bus to Timisoara, ...
... that are visible, there are thousands buried below.
2) The Ceremonial Hall: This building contains relics from the Jewish Burial Society and other funeral paraphernalia.
3) Klausen Synagogue: This location focuses on the daily life, and traditions (Traditiooooon, Tradition!) of the Czech Jewish people. It included descriptions of the timing and practices of many of the Jewish holidays.
The next place I went ...