Hotel Ariston & Ariston Patio
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... the story of Jews in Prague and Moravia from 1780 until just after the Second World War. Upstairs, the Synagogue had a large collection of silver religious objects
The next synagogue we visited was the Pinkas Synagogue which is now a memorial to the Bohemian and Moravian victims of the Holocaust. The synagogue itself dates from 1535 and was converted into ...
... is a huge fixture in the front of the Cathedral.
Now life is stranger than fiction, and when I first saw the name Saint John of Nepomuk I thought "hold on, someone is joking". But no it's true, and it is an amazing story.
The story is that King Wenceslas 1V had a beautiful wife whom he thought was cheating on him with another man. He ordered his wife's confessor ( the vicar John of the town of Nepomuk) to tell him if she had ...
... The train arrived and the struggle to lift the bikes up the stairs began. Mine first, followed quickly by Annette's. The numbers on the available bike racks didn't match those that were allocated to us. Ours were at the other end of the carriage - we weren't budging. Left the pannier bags on the bike and locked the bags to the bikes, my bike to the rack and Annette's to mine! Very secure.
We settled into window seats 54 & 55 in Carriage 370. We had the company of ...
... the tunnels and the museum on whole was very good. After the museum we went back to the town square and bought a trdelník which is a circular Czech sweet dough. We then headed back to our hostel for a free walking tour of the neighbourhood. We saw the John Lennon Wall, the Kampa Art Gallery, and Kampa park. After the tour we went back to the astrological clock to see the bells ring and the statues move. In the evening we tried Czech beer but neither of us liked ...
... interesting if a little weird to look at skeletons that had been tortured and most likely buried alive as part of their punishment or for the Kings and Queens own benefit as a sacrifice.
From here we walked back down the hill to the John Lennon wall, the wall was once located on another nations embassy wall which is why it was allowed to stay the wall represents love, peace and down with communism. As we walked towards the wall we searched high and low for a text, paint or ...