Hotel U Divadla
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... plonked myself in a massage chair for 8 minutes….love these things!
Outside near the town square some officials were spraying the area with a couple of hoses for people to walk through if they chose. I gave David my bag – yep this looked like a good idea! I wondered why I got a good drenching – my 'lovely’ husband had told the guy to wet me good and proper! Was fun though :)
We walked around a bit more, but ...
... as running their business from the premises. It is now mainly a tourist trap and I didn’t think it was worth seeing.
We caught the tram back down the hill and walked to the Prague boat pier and took a two hour cruise on the Vltava River from 3 to 5 pm. It headed up stream and under the Charles Bridge and through a lock and past a modern house called the dancing lady because this is what it is supposed to look like. It looked like a variation on a Gaudi building but ...
... it was mouth watering. Finally got it again YESSSS!!!
The next day we went to Prague ZOO. It was so cool.
My favorite animal there was a polar bear because it got into a massive fight with bites, slaps and roaring.
We started from the start and went around the zoo and we found this massive playground.
When I went inside I went straight to the top and I looked around and on the roof I found 2 ...
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... myth is that if you go to that spot at 12 midnight, you can hear voices. The only problem being there are so many people there every night, it's impossible to find out! We also saw the Jewish Quarter, once the poorest area of Prague, now lined with designer shops. We visited the astronomical clock, the 2nd most disappointing attraction in the world. It was built in the 14th century, and certainly isn't your average clock. There is a circle representing the earth, and ...