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... We had to take a seat for a few minutes just to admire the sculpture and paintings inside it. Underselling it would still be describing it as amazing. We cruised out and head over to the river to see one of the most photographed bridges in the world that runs over the river and it was packed with people everywhere and we obviously avoided it while doing a lap or two (getting lost) around the synagogues that were around the area.
Once again, beer oclock was approaching and ...
... and we both just had a lovely time together. We left the city at around 3:30 as we had to get back to do some washing - how boring! Once we were back at the hostel I went for a quick nap whilst Sophie sorted everything out, she really is a good egg! We then headed back out at around 6 but we were cutting it very fine for time when we finally arrived back into the city. It was touch and go for a while as to whether we would make it onto ...
... part of the story, but basically in 1399 King Wenceslas had him tortured and drown in the Vltava River in Prague. His followers took his body from the river and later, in 1736 when he was canonized the large tomb alter was constructed mostly in silver. The last large chapel was the chapel of St. Wenceslas. It was the largest, and is where the tomb of St Wenceslas is located. Because he was revered by Charles I his is the most elaborate of the Chapels.
After St. Vitus we ...
... and 6 sheep on the whole trip. This area seems to be for crop farming.
The houses are all very simple but fairly large. A lot of them are similar to Austrian houses.
We learnt a bit about the castle, which was built for Charles the something of Luxembourg, who at one time was the most powerful monarch in Europe. He had 4 wives, three of whom died and one that ...
Music is everywhere in Prague and most is Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and a bit of Mozart in churches, halls and other venues all over Prague. We were lucky enough to catch the Czech National Symphony Orchestra in an outdoor free ...