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... the town hall, climbed the clock tower, visited synagogues in the Jewish Quarter, and then went to Vysehrad Park which is in a old cliff top fortress. There we snacked and napped so we could have a quick break from touring. Then we continued again, going to Wenceslas Square and the Museum of Communism. The museum was quirky and interesting; I really enjoyed it. After a delicious food stall dinner (the roasted ham is sooo good), we watched the sunset over ...
... and then twined through many touristy streets and headed over the famous Charles bridge to the Prague castle. The bridge was full of artisans selling there crafty goods and musicians playing their hearts out, talk about ambiance. The view from the castle was awesome, you could see the whole of Prague city and it sure was massive. After spending a while simply admiring we finally headed down to a little garden we had spotted from ...
... contains clocks mainly from the Baroque period. The room was too small horizontally to display all the wall clocks so they rigged a motorized vertical display case that brought the hanging clocks down to your level two or three at a time. They had to do the same a couple other rooms because they had so much stuff. We began the end of day two with an informative tour of The Story of Chocolate museum where we saw how chocolate is produced from harvest to ...
... and bars within the citz. nightlife was cool in prague, but must saz felt subdued after going out in berlin The next two days, i spent mz time just walking around and seeing some of the sights we walked bz on the walking tour more thouroughlz. The citz has a cool magical feeling about it. i am not sure what exactlz it is, but i think its such an amaying combination of the architecture, people, sights, language, hitstorz, natural ...
The grey skies that had been firmly stationed over London for the previous 2 months hadn't helped ... nor the cold London air that refused to let the temperature get above the 10 degree mark over this period. Thus, the reason the Czech Republic now seems so alluring and faultless in our minds, is the fact that the timeless Crowded House song 'Weather with you' failed to hold true when we arrived in wonderful, beautiful, but above all - warm and sunny - Prague. We got off the ...
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