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... think the king was a bit jealous! Another highlight was the St. Wenceslas (yes... Mike had the old Christmas carol in his head all day!) Chapel and tomb. This chapel has semi-precious stones built into the wall and was truly beautiful. The tomb was covered all in red. The Royal Palace contained a large hall that was long enough for jousts ('cause you never know when you'll need to joust indoors). A Land ownership records room featured many coats of arms posted up on ...
Prague Nothing like saving the best for last....I think Prague has to be one of the prettiest, most romantic cities in Europe. We had all we needed at our airbnb, two doors down was the "Beer Museum" (YESSSS!) and a few past it was "Lokal", a great spot for lunch for locals (no pun) and tourists alike. Stomachs rumbling, once we heard Lokal served beer, we were in. Over the next hour we slowly worked away at a hearty, perfect beer accompanying, Czech lunch, loaded with meat, bread ...
... we have the phrase "stinking rich." After St. Vitas we went to the old palace... which is hilarious considering the first palace is also 400 years old. The old palace dated all the way back to the 1100s. They used to joust in the grand hall there. This is also where the crown jewels of the Czech Republic are held. The crown contains 6 of the 10 largest sapphires ...
... it is just the culture. We then walked over to the dance building, which was a building created and built on a slant, to take some photos. Hopped on a tram and headed back to the Jewish Quarter as we wanted to check out the museum there and in particular the Pinkasova section. This was really interesting as it was a building that house 80,000 names of Jewish victims of the holocaust inscribed on the walls of the buildings, The most moving part was the children's drawings which ...
... the hotel via Charles Bridge which is an iconic symbol of the city. The old architecture is beautiful and very interesting, and some of the streets very narrow, hardly enough for a car. We sure covered some ground, and we were looking for a seat and foot rub when we returned to the hotel. 2 hour rest and we were off on another walk.... "The communist walk and beer tour" which was great fun. We caught the tube one way....visited 2 boutique beer breweries...caught the tram back to ...