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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... spent two years there in the early 20th century.
In the 1950's they were restored and painted in bright colours. Today they house souvenir shops and a large collection of arms and suits of armour in the long gallery that runs above the houses.
Once I'd seen all I wanted to see, it was an easy walk for me down a series of steps and ramps that took me down the hill to a place where I could catch a tram back to where I am ...
... where many elixirs were concocted. You can buy some of the them in the front shop and apparently one of them prevents you from ageing ever....again, I did not buy it, or the elixir. After a 30 minute guided tour here by a nice young local lady, we had a quick look around the Palladium shopping centre and had some lunch at the local Christmas markets, not realising the ham which was cooking on the spit was purchased per 100g the server ...
... nothing that we were expecting - being Prague we thought it would be some gothic timeless building, and what I actually thought was the castle ended up being the church! Oops. The castle was a very modern and underwhelming building, but it lead through to the beautiful church complete with some of the most detailed stained glass windows I've seen. It was on par with st Stephens cathedral in Vienna. However because of how ...
... to a Communist propoganda bar, and then convinced the rest of our tour to come with us to try Absinthe at the recommendation of our guide. The people on our tour were wonderful so we were happy to have them join us! I didn't know that serving absinthe was such a process, but apparently the correct way to do it is to drip ice water over a sugar cube and into a glass without about an ounce or two or absinthe in ...
... in Prague,as in Paris, have canine companions wrapped in coats. Many prostrate themselves across the cobblestones, avoiding eye contact, with a paper cup on the ground in front of them. Most people ignore them.Those with dogs fare better. In Prague the wooden stalls of the Christmas markets remain active, although some are pulled apart as we watch. It's as if the rest are holding on as long as they can. John bought a Russian fur hat ( not real fur we ...