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... the end of WWII the bells of the church had been
stolen, and there was a community effort to replace them with remanufactured
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Next was the world's 3rd largest Synagogue,
built at the end of the 19th century by the two and a half thousand Jewish who
used to call Plzen home before WWII. After the war, only about 200 remianed,
and of them almost none returned to the city. So, while almost ...
... are some modern fountain sculptures, the Plague column and pretty coloured historical buildings along its edges. We must have a thing about going to places undergoing construction, because much of the old town was undergoing some pretty major refurbishment work so there were tractors and diggers and scaffolding blocking some streets. Unfortunately we also missed going up the church tower as there was an event on and it was closed, ...
... had to eat first. We found a little pub and popped in, the weather was becoming fierce outside; wind, and very dark skies.
What a wonderful surprise; the restaurant served gluten free food, nearly everything on the menu could be made gluten free. This had been a problem in Prague, there were very few selections so this was so very welcome. I had a meal called Tavern Potatoes; consisting of fried potato slices, a cream sauce with ham and broccoli over the ...
... are open and they do not have the beer on tap. We must have walked around for 2 hours looking for a place to serve a beer and to get some dinner. No luck. We returned to the room after seeing the town church and synagogue (3rd largest in the world) and had a gross dinner. We had waffles, yogurt, olives and peanuts. I have heartburn now just thinking about it. We came across a bar that supposedly opens soon and we will venture out there to see if the sign on the door is ...
... 8217;s a small world after…), who had taken the train from Prague to Plzen the previous night. They told us about the devastation they could see from the train- houses underwater, people being rescued, and people evacuating their homes.
The last major flood in Czech Republic in 2002 caused major damage to the city of Prague and is still in the minds of the Czechs. A few signs or markers had ...