Guest House Merlin
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... John Lennon wall. It had heaps of graffiti about John Lennon.
Zara bought a puppet. It was a ballerina.
When we arrived home, Zara started to make a puppet show.
We drove to a magnificent bone church. About 40,000 people had died there.
The church was a room about the size of Nanny Di's front yard.
There was a lot of graves outside. Someone decided to decorate ...
... to think about what something big might be! Pickeled sausages, grilled and pickled cheeses, Home made chips with dips all with delicious rye bread, and we gorged ourselves. Two more rounds of two different beers were served and Kathy told us all about Beer in Prague and the Czech Repulic while we chatted and ate. We left the pub and headed off to another that she described as ‘just for fun’ - and it was. A theme restaurant and bar that served all your drinks to ...
... and meander through the Little Quarter with its character filled restaurants. Heading up the cobbled streets, we pass St Nicholas church and then on toward the Castle Quarter where the views back over the river are great. Many embassies seem to be based here; not a bad place to live! We watch the changing of the guards which is every hour. Below the castle are terraced gardens and the flowers along the way are lovely. We wind back down to the river for ...
... and moat built to protect Prague from northern approaches in the 18th century. The nazis in 1941 expelled all the inhabitants of Terezin and turned the town into a Jewish ghetto. It wasn't an extermination camp, more a holding station, however many died there because of the inhuman conditions and the majority were eventually shipped off to Auschwitz, ...
I went to a 5-story nightclub that had a floor for Oldies, Pop, RnB, ...