Hotel Apartments Wenceslas Square
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Not all was perfect, but what a great location. we had a kitchen. awesome flatmates
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... edges of the court so the overhead walkways could be used as shelter. Between loads of washing I would join the other guys outside for a couple of beers.
Staying in backpackers you always have a endless flow of new people to meet, on this occasion there was Jarrod from the states, Sophia from Canada, Iddo from Israel, Titi from Finland and of course, Jess from Tassie. No matter where you go there's alway a lot of Aussies, and everyone likes to ...
... gold leaf, plush blue upholstery. We were quite the royalty.
The concert was fun, several arias by Mozart including the Magic Flutie. This time accompanied by wind instruments. A nice comparison to the string instruments at the Mozart Dinner/Concert in Salzburg.
For our last night in Prague we went out to the Charles Bridge, as we did 3 years ago, drank champagne and ate chocolates. There were lots more people this time, but it was still ...
In the morning dad and mum were feeling a bit better so we went out to eat breakfast we had quiches and sandwiches, after we had finished breakfast we walked around a bit to find an old astronomical clock it was built in the 14 hundreds making it the world's third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still working. We climbed to the top and gasped and the amazing 360 view of the city the view was beautiful with all the orange roofs and the ...
... old jewish cementary, which was used from 1439-1787 with over 12,000 tombstones visibly present. Many people are surprised that the Jewish quarters was untouched during the war. When the Nazis invaded Prague, 70,000 jewish inhabitants were sent to concentration camps and eventually killed. However, the Prague Jewish quarter was preserved in order to provide a site for a planned "exotic museum of an extinct race." This meant that the Nazis gathered Jewish artifacts from ...
... personal interrogation. After the americans left to go see a ballet performance, me and Charles went on a personal mission to see the city in its night time glory. This is where things get funny. I asked him about why he seemed like a fairly responsible man yet he was still drinking so much alcohol."My 12 year old marriage ended this morning."He planned on finishing each and every drop in those bottles and I was not going to hold him back tonight. However, I am ...