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... go inside the chapel, but it was quite nice.
We headed back down to the river and because it was too early to eat, we walked up through the backstreets to a church that we had seen on the bus into Prague. Unfortunately we could only go inside the foyer because it was closed. So we walked back down to the river where there is a new building partly designed by Frank Gehry called Dancing House. It is a homage to Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire and it looks ...
... city. We did stop in the middle for home made lemonade with whisky which helped refresh, but we were pretty hot and sweaty by the time we got back. However we didn't have much turn around time before we were off on the Undeground Bunker tour. The bunker was built in the 70's to house 2000 people at the hight of the cold war. It was naturally creepy and claustrophobic but our guide was hilarious and kept calling us ...
... armory and weaponry. We also visited a place called Golden Lane, which are tiny little residences inside the castle walls in which, in the medieval times, people like healers, guards, and tailors made their homes. When I say tiny, I mean tiny! On our way back to Charles Bridge we passed a park and found the John Lennon wall. It looked similar to the Berlin Wall but smaller and with a bunch of graffiti of lyrics and peace signs. There was also a ...