Hotel U Zlateho Jelena (Golden Deer)
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... infamous trip along the Berlin train system, complete with last minute dashes through closing doors. The zoo itself was a good way to spend the afternoon. As much as I love history, sometimes a change from museums is in order. Then came the night, which involved dinner (calf liver - highly recommended), a mini pub crawl, and far too many hours at the local nightclub which was more packed on a Tuesday night than many Auckland clubs on a Saturday night. It ...
... built by two brothers and had two towers. The one brother killed the other one and so the one tower is 'ave' while the other is epic! We marched all around this castle, and saw it's working bells in the steeple, from a tall and narrow stairwell. We then soldered on toward the dragons cave. Legend has it, the castle was guarded by a dragon, but he ate people (bummer right). So a clever blacksmith stuffed a pork belly full of cyanid, the ...
... I took pictures left and right of the square and walked my way to Charles Bridge. For what everyone has been telling me about Charles Bridge, it was rather uneventful. It is a beautiful, yet small pedestrian bridge that is lined with statues. At the middle, it has a very scenic view of Prague and the river that runs through the city. Lying on the hill that overlooks Praha, there is a huge and beautiful castle. The government now operates in the castle but it ...
... preserves inscribed plaques removed from the former Zigeuner synagogue, demolished by the urban renewal campaign that was the cause of the building of the Jubilee synagogue.Inside the museum was an exhibition of the Jewish of Prague. They continued to be persecated not only by the Shoah but then by Communisim, yet they still survived. They were smart enough to know to keep these sites running as tourists one day would want to see them. Many ...
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