Holiday Inn Prague Airport
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... getting there. I believe the order was "10 jäger shots please.", "sorry we are all out.", "ok, 10 shots of absinthe please." He stitched up himself more than anyone with this. No sooner than the empty glass hit the table he's having a sneaky Vom in the bin. Candace soon followed then Mikyla who got a bit of Candace's splash back had to run to the loos. Great start haha. I of course suffered no such weakness. When we got there there were maybe 2 other groups ...
... old jewish cementary, which was used from 1439-1787 with over 12,000 tombstones visibly present. Many people are surprised that the Jewish quarters was untouched during the war. When the Nazis invaded Prague, 70,000 jewish inhabitants were sent to concentration camps and eventually killed. However, the Prague Jewish quarter was preserved in order to provide a site for a planned "exotic museum of an extinct race." This meant that the Nazis gathered Jewish artifacts from ...
... Ari guessed it would resemble a coo-coo clock; Annie predicted it would be "anticlimactic". Both were unfortunately right... there is a video of it for your disappointment :) Old Town Square is very charming and exciting. We stood and listened to a pianist in the middle of the courtyard - he was incredible. We requested some John Williams/Star Wars; he delivered (video of this on the blog as well). We crossed the Charles Bridge and admired the John Lennon ...
... mothers have an effect even on psychopaths. I shall keep that in mind the next time I am cornered in an alley in a knife fight. "No stop! what would your mom think?!" (ok well maybe that wouldn't quite work)Anyways, walking out around Prague was quite an experience. It was one of those cities that I left to see without any sense of direction. I mean, all I knew was that I wanted to see the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle. Apart from ...
... guide so much, we signed up for the next one - a walk around the Palace grounds. We grabbed some travellers again and headed up the hill by tram. The Palace complex is huge, there are several Palaces, buildings, and gardens. There were two very pretty buildings that were done in a style called graffiato ("scratched") where they paint the walls white, and then scratch out the intricate art/designs. We saw the GIANT St. Vitus Cathedral on top of the hill. It's the biggest and ...