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... home from a night out making heaps of noise and letting light from the corridor into the room.Mon 08/12/14
- I decided to stay one more night in Prague but this time in a private room. I wanted to get a good sleep and was sick of being woken up.
- I finally got to see the Jewish Cemetery today! It was pretty expensive as you had to by a combined ticket. You couldn't buy one just for the cemetery.
- When I first arrived in Prague I had been ...
... you the proportion of the sky that is above the horizon. In the daytime, the circle representing the sun sits over the blue part, and over the black part at night, showing you the different time zones across the world. There is a dial with numbers in Latin and a Roman numerals, as well as a clock where '24' acts as the time of sunset. It's all very confusing! The time was actually wrong, as it isn't changed when the clocks go backwards for 'summer time'. Below the ...
... Kris and air conditioning. Nick's Favorite things: Favorite city: Athens and Istanbul Favorite tradition: Bastille Day Favorite church: St. Peter's Basilica Favorite landmark: Acropolis Favorite activity: flamenco show Favorite coffee: Belgian chocolates Favorite drink: Efes, beer of Turkey Favorite meal: gyros Favorite food: fries w/ mayo Favorite dessert: baklava Thing you miss most: air conditioning everywhere Concluded with pictures of what we really look like on day ...
... then saw the National Theatre (currently being refurbished & therefore closed), we crossed the Vltava River and the bus dropped us, our guide and about 20 others at the entry to the Prague Castle. The tour was in 2 languages Spanish and English.
Once again the castle was made up of many buildings (just like Budapest), after passing by the guards at the gate we entered the large courtyard and passed through it to ...
... was a wonderful idea. First, it was less than $20. Second, it was a comfortable vehicle. Third, while the distance between hotels does not look very far on a map, given the number of one-way streets and traffic and the fact that all streets and sidewalks are cobblestone, this made life so much easier. All we had to do was find the doorman and request the car. Of course, you have to negotiate the price first, but it is an easy thing to do in ...