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... the old town tower, which gave us the most amazing views over the city. Prague is full of tourists which means it's only going to get worse the next 2 months, seeing and doing things are becoming mini battles and take so long! We went for a traditional sausage for lunch, perfect on a cold day! Then we wandered around the told town square, we went into st Nicolas church, it has an amazing chandler in the middle! Then we went into a little market, full of souvenirs. ...
... ugly as you can imagine, especially when contrasted to the stunning architecture of all the other Prague buildings. Unfortunately, more rain as we made our way across the Charles Bridge which spans the Vltava River (aka the Danube River). The Museum of Communism was very interesting. It was small but there were many, many artifacts from that era. The Velvet Revolution and the fall of communism in ...
... way to China) and having a deep conversation with them at the bottom of the Charles Bridge, me and and Charles decided to take some quality pics of the city from above. Well I wanted to take the pictures and Charles was going to take me there. I asked him for one simple request, to take me to a place where I could take pictures of the entire view of bridges through the city and the moon shining over it. So a couple of fences later, I found myself on an ...
... the best way for me to figure stuff out, is to get lost. Better stated as: start walking, move toward water, gravitate to where the people are, find a piazza, a square, a platz. My day treated me to breathtaking views, surprise markets, lively streets, and the arrival of great company. Prague marked the tipping point of my trip- moving from internal to external. First half ...
... the walls were full of the names of the jews that were killed in Prague. We also got to see an exhibit of children's drawings. While the Jewish children were being educated in the ghettos they had to draw certain things and we got to see their world through their own eyes, they drew pictures of the dorms, of trains, of soldiers, and of their families leaving their own homes. We also saw a Jewish cemetery, which was very beautiful and eerie at the same time. ...
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