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... the Jewish cemetery. By the time I got there it had closed for the day.
... headed there the next day. It was a bit of a let down actually, but we did have a tasty cheap lunch though, and on our way there on the tram we had spotted a market of some sort. So, we decided to head back that way. When we got there, it was a wine festival, well, more of a Burcak festival. We had a couple of glasses, ate some chimney cake, and a grilled cheese (as in like a haloumi type cheese grilled on a coal bbq). It was a nice find!
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... of their problems, helping kittens get out of trees, etc. He worked 6 days a week and got one day off (the creation/observance of the sabbath). After helping the citizens for years, Joseph did not get his paper (which said power) taken out of his mouth) that's how he had the power to do things since he was made out of clay. Since he had to work 7 days in a row he went ape and started breaking things, the rabbi realized he forgot to take the paper out of his mouth and rendering poor ...
... the world seems to be in Prague. Every nationality and every age seemed to have a tour, from older Italians, to loud Americans to backpackers and school students.
Having a map of Prague really doesn't help you much - the streets loop around and you seem to keep returning to the same place you started. The street names are hard to work out and following a map is a bit of a lucky dip.
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... 4. Don't bother to purchase anything from the plentitude of small souvenir shops; even though the small signs might say "authentic bohemian crystal," much is made in China. That said, the Moser crystal is sold in stores (bearing its name) and it is expensive but the real thing.
5. Enjoy the Czech cuisine but don't bother asking for iced tea or leafy green vegetables. (Iced tea simply isn't served or prepared and green vegetables are ...