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Went to beer gardens Did a walking tour with the craziest walking tour lady ever called Lucy. Will remember her name always because she was bat **** cray. Boys are heading out on a boys night as us girls aren't in the mood and it is freezing cold! Made nachos for dinner with Janey for the group ...
... our hotel, and tried out our first Czech beer at the hotel bar. I will say that the Czech beer was pretty good, but it came no where close to being as good as German beer. After that, we decided to go see the famous Charles Bridge lit up at night, and walk across it. We took a Metro, and were there in about 10 minutes. Charles Bridge was beautiful! There are monuments all across it, which makes it really unique. We did a little bit more exploring around Old Town ...
... allow for the road closures and detours etc. once we got going and it was all good, then we tried to pull in to Dresden and took one wrong turn which ended up being an hour detour....Same thing happened when we were in the Czech Republic - took a wrong exit - another hour detour through random backwater villages, up one way streets and streets closed for road works! Finally back on track and drove into Prague. Wow! What a beautiful ...
... the building itself definitely has interesting history, including taking bullets from tanks at the end of WWII. In the New Town, Declan also pointed out some buildings where Vin Diesel shot some scenes for the movie XXX. One of these buildings houses a restaurant that was supposedly the inspiration for the restaurant in the movie Titanic.
After a short break, the second part of our tour was in and around the Jewish district of Prague. Declan explained that ...
I placed a stone on the Menorah, and the group put a memorial candle there. Some Jewish teachers who were with our group, read the "Mourners' Cottage". Other teachers read the "Jewish Prayer"! Oh my, how touching! I couldn't help it, but tears flowed when "May the Messiah come soon" was recited!
Maude read "What Will Become of All the Memories?" ...