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... girls from Russia, Poland, etc. speak English. I was amazed at how well they are able to converse already, but they were so excited to have a native speaker help them. It was such a great experience and I cannot wait to go again! Also, we made 2 new friends there as well; Anton, a guy from Sweden, and Jan (pronounced Han), a local Czech. · 60; <b>Church</b>:<b> </b>That evening, Jacy, Caleb, ...
... the tour in the Old Town Square where the astronomical clock (it's a big deal) attached to the Town hall, the beautiful Tyn Cathedral, and Church of St. Nicholas. So much happened here, and so much is preserved here. The Old-New Synagog located in the Jewish Ghetto is the oldest preserved synagog in Europe! Still in pristine shape from World War Two, this my friends is really rare. (Check out the pics!)
... in the Czech Republic, Cesky Krumlov. This town looks almost fake it is that picturesque. Old buildings everywhere, a castle on the hill and a river that runs through the centre. I know this sounds like most places in Europe but as you can see from the photo's, this little town is a gem. Another walking tour later and we had seen most of the sights, so we headed back to the hostel where we found a group of young Aussies drinking free beer from ...
... was ordered to raise the funds for purchasing of gold-plated Hebrew letters, placed around the head of the statue, spelling out "Holy, Holy, Holy, the Lord of Hosts," the Kedusha from the Hebrew prayer and originating in the vision from the Book of Isaiah. The inscription was a symbolic humiliation and degradation of Prague Jews, forcing them to pay for a set of golden letters referring to God and hung around the neck of the statue of Christ (information ...
... the bartender gave us the bright idea to go to the grocery store and by our own bottle to take swigs out of. So we went to the store and bought a bottle of rum. Was it the best idea to do so, probably not, but it seemed like a really good idea at the time. We drank as we hung out at the political rally. We made some new friends and learned about their cause. At this point I could see Cornelia Buttermonk poking her head out. I said hello to her as the rally continued on. We ate ...