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... visiting a number of locations listed on the website. Being Sunday they were all either shut or not open until dinner time.
By this time we were feeling rather hungry. I had heard about this, pork knee / knuckle, dish that the Czechs like to make and it sounded right up my alley. We did a quick web search for a restaurant, in the area that could tick this box.
Turns out the restaurant was named Potrefená Husa which translates to the ...
... anecdotes and wacky sound effects made for a very entertaining and informative tour. A great start to our time in Prague. Following his advice, we later headed for a nearby park. Relaxing in the sun with the locals, it was nice to escape the touristy centre. We meandered our way up steep winding paths until we reached the highest point of the park. There we found the Czech equivalent of the Eiffel Tower, Petřínská rozhledna. Once we ...
... Heydrich a Nazi general who was responsible for the death of six million Jews. There was a crypt where the paratroopers hid from the Nazis and also died because one of the paratroopers told the Nazis where they were hiding and so they killed themselves than rather let the Nazis torture them. After that we found a place to eat and ate there I had a pizza that had ham and cheese on it I loved it. After that we went home and fell asleep not bothering to go have ...
... felt a tap on our shoulders. It was friends of ours from Toronto, that we had met at the train station in Berlin a few days before. Scott wrote them an email saying we were going to this club and asked if they wanted to join us. We never heard back from them. However, there they were. Once they got there we had such a great time. We tried Absinthe and then took a randomized survey of where everyone in the club was from. We ended our night out at a very late hour in great spirits.
... wall. One of the museums was dedicated to armor and weapons and we got to shoot a crossbow! It was not too difficult, but it was pretty heavy. From the Castle we made our way to the Jewish Quarter where we went into the famous Jewish Cemetery and then into some of the Synagogues. The cemetery was amazing and I could not believe that they fit over a 100,000 people in such a small area. To do this, they kept adding soil on top of ...