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... one of the many large outdoor cafes, but found a cafe that the young locals used. It was very busy but the food was great, a modern version of Czech food. We shared fried 'strong' cheese' with cranberry source, and we each had a main that was yummy. Again another great meal and would return if we lived here. The homemade raspberry lemonade was very refreshing. We were now ready for a walking tour and we went on a ww2 tour that was very interesting as it was about the ...
... an urban area after about an hour which we later discovered to the be the city of Znojmo. As I drove through the city streets, attempting to make sense of the foreign road signs we became aware of a strange siren, akin to an air raid warning alarm from footage of the Blitz. To investigate, Richard thought it would be helpful to open all the windows to let the mellifluous and soothing peals in, as I tried to navigate the four lanes of traffic and the confusing roundabouts. ...
... night was spent receiving classical education when we attended the Operatic Ballet performance of Carmen. This was our first experience of Opera and we all loved it! It only went for two sets of 40 mins each and our research before we attended helped us to understand the story. The Opera was sung in French although set in Spain, performed by Czech performers with English sub titles .......on occasion. A great way to end our Christmas Day in ...
So I've been a little bit of a slacker when it comes to blogging in Prague... I will do my best to catch you up! I'm in Prague! In the Czech Republic! Which is pretty much a brand new country with a lot of crazy history. Our tour guide compared Prague's history to Game of Thrones and it's practically identical. Truth. We arrived in Prague on Friday via the worst bus ever. It was three hours late and freezing and smelling of cigarettes... But it got us here safely and that's what ...
... the Austro-Hungarian empire, Terezin Fortress was where Gavril Princip, the man who became infamous for beginning World War One by "setting off the Balkan powderkeg" when he assassinated Franz Ferdinand (lots of assassinations today -- but didn't seem right to make a snappy title out of it !), was actually held--today it is most well-known for the sad role it played during the Holocaust.
Other places to stay in Podebrady
Na Kopecku 595, Podebrady | Hotelfrom $93
Nam. T.G. Masaryka 1437/III, Podebrady | 4 star hotelfrom $148
us. TG Masaryka 654/III, Podebrady | 4 star hotelfrom $61
Husova 232/II, 290 33 PodEbrady, Podebrady | 4 star hotelfrom $81