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Time to change countries again today. Leipzig to Prague in Czech Republic. Since we didn't want to arrive before checkin time, we planned a route through Colditz to see the castle responsible for many of the prisoner escape stories in World War II movies. Officers of many nationalies were held as POWs by the Germans in Colditz Castle. Escapes were very difficult as the statistics attest (31 escapes out of 155 attempts). A variety ...
... or about $6AUD. We stopped at one of the many local markets and I bought a nice warm jumper here, the lady started at 1000 korunas and I bartered her down to 600 or $30 AUD. Off to the Museum of Alchemy which was a really interesting place, Prague's second oldest building which has been standing since the 15th century, despite many other older building around it being demolished this one survived, which was the centre of the ...
... restaurant for Wed night and where the concert hall is. Got the metro back to our area, had dinner and went home. Vienna seems to be similar in some ways to other European cities with the historical stuff, but also has a good mix of fancy new buildings like Berlin, with interesting architecture. There is a big fancy black building close to us that is a bank, offices and hotel that has panels at all different angles, some of these new buildings look great, others not so ...
... 283;cha). This Gothic cathedral, the spiritual symbol of the Czech state, was founded in 1344 on the site of the original Romanesque rotunda. The construction took nearly 600 years and was finally completed in 1929. Its impressive interior is home to such wonders as the beautifully decorated St. Wenceslas Chapel with the tomb of St Wenceslas, the crypt where Czech ...
We then headed to the Palladium Shopping Mall - a massive complex with 200 shops. It is has been tastefully done as the outside blends in with the surrounding buildings. Simon's sense of direction rather the tram maps being hard to read meant we crossed the river again before we got there. We were not meant to cross Vltava River but it was nice to see the sites, again and again - honest.
On our tram ride back to the hotel we were questioned by a ticket inspector and ...