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... lesson on the way about Czech Republic, it's time with the communists through to the split with Slovenia. Also learned about Česky Krumlov and its four ruling families from 1242 when the Rosenburgs, the Lord of Krumlov built the first castle, followed by the Habsburgs, Ebenbergs to finally the Schwazenbergs who owned it till 1948. It is now a WH site and just amazing. Set on a tight bend in the same river Vltava Prague is on and dominated by the ...
... a mans world as it was all meat and not many vegies! Sightseeing done, shopping done we were sadly ready to head for our next destination. We headed for the local Money exchanger as we over calculated what we would need in Prague. Luckily it was the first time we needed to exchange money. Our Financial Controller worked a great rate and exchange the Foiont back to Euros, deal done so we headed home to bed. Up early to catch the Metro and the ...
... I thought possible for a public bus. I would have thought he was trying to outrun a cloud of smoke from an exploding volcano if I didn't know any better. After being dropped off a considerable distance from our beloved local Star Bucks we found our way back to our beloved beacon of free wifi and calming folk music playing upstairs. -Saturday Meeting and dumpster diving We have our public congregation meeting on Saturdays at 5pm. ...
... after the clock maker created his masterpiece the towns people were so worried that the he would recreate it in other towns that they gauged out his eyes and blinded him. Our tour guides response to the ewhs and ahs, 'that’s the middle ages for you!’
Today we lunch on the Vltava River and enjoy a buffet style lunch featuring many local delicacies including galosh, and dumplings. We travel up and down the river, and ...
... Hradcany Castle. The castle was home to people with high status, like kings of Bohemia and presidents of Czechoslovakia. The castle was in fact rebuilt a number of times. Surrounding the castle are many cathedrals, palaces, halls and gardens, and it occupied a very large area. In fact I only toured a small proportion of the castle area. The architectures are located at elevated areas and the buildings of Prague can be observed from the castle location. ...