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Very cold! Not a nice day at all. Headed out of Prague via train for just over an hour to another little town. Explored this and saw some more castle looking churches, had a nice lunch and did some beer tasting as well. Headed back in during the afternoon to central. Have seen all of Prague now so just chilling really nothing big is happening. Dinner in tonight, made green curry for everyone I'm a bit of a chef ...
... fly ride for the weekend - ha! We had a five-seater ŠKODA station wagon. It was appropriate that we had a ŠKODA, as ŠKODA is actually from the Czech Republic. After we loaded up our belongings in the trunk, we went and picked up our friend, Andriy, from his apartment, and then hit the road. Although it was originally supposed to be about a 4.5 hour drive, with traffic, it turned into roughly a seven-hour drive. Once we arrived in Prague, around 10pm, we ...
Today we left Berlin for Prague. First we went back to the climbing gym and the kids absolutely smashed it this time - so confident now! A quick coffee with Ben and we hit the road. Our first major nightmare. Trying to get out of Berlin using our newly purchased Garmin. Quite stressful it was, me trying to navigate, Nick driving, kids settling in to their car trip with books and colouring etc. the roadworks! OMG! The Garmin we bought ...
... favourite place to perform and he chose to premier another one of his pieces here after that.
After the Old Town, Declan took us to the New Town to spend some time. Here he explained about a moat that used to surround the Old Town walls and the Powder Tower which is from the original walls but was later used to house gun powder and is now known as the tourist gateway into the Old Town. He pointed out the National Museum, which is currently closed until next ...
... 50 Jews just for fun before they ran from the Russian liberators.
There is a Christian symbol (cross and a crown of thorns), and a Jewish symbol (Menorah), in a graveyard because it was not only Jews who died at Terezin. The graves in these grave sites have headstones with names and dates on them. Some headstones have question marks to represent a place for people to pay respect because they do not know where their loved ones were ...