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... Old Royal Palace, the Basilica of St George and Golden Lane, a narrow street of tiny old dwellings, many of which now operate as souvenir shops. At the end of Golden Lane, we checked out the old prison tower. In the middle of the level below the ground is a hole through which they used to lower the really bad prisoners using a pulley system. If they didn't perish there, I am sure they would have wished they would! Chilling and barbaric!
Another soft-serve ice-cream for ...
... some Belgiun chocolate for dessert . Hopefuly tomorrow brings the return of my voice, continued sunshine and more interesting sites to see. I'd like to go into one of the churches that are still active for an Easter service. Even if we do t understand the language. We are also planning on the Jewish cemeteries tomorrow. A must-see from my friend Kim who has been to Prague. (Kim that other must do - the absinthe - was not to my taste.) Good night or dobrou noc (in ...
... 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 ...
... There were lots of boring stairs. Another day we went up a funicular. It is a little tram that drives up a mountain. We saw more gardens and fruit trees. There's a tower that Dad and Alexander went up and a rose garden. We picked some fruit on the trip down but I didn't taste it because I didn't know if it was deadly or not. Alexander tasted it and said it was ...
... The people who survived the registration process were put to work. The housing rooms for the workers had bunks, a table, 2 benches and a wall with slats for belongings of the Jews. There were 120 people in a cell housing units. They could only lay on their sides when they slept because so many people were in the same bed.
The people worked 12 hours a day, 6 days a week, with no breaks. The male workers were given a small piece of ...