Hotel Pankrac Prague
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... and made it even more fun for us.
One thing we did was an interactive museum. It was really different. It was done by this non-profit charity and you schedule a tour and go for an hour and a half or something, on this guided tour.
The thing is, it is all done in the dark. Complete and total darkness. I mean like, even after you’re in there for an hour you still can’t see your hand in front of your face - kind of dark.
The point is to ...
... would have also created a feeling of distance between God and
ourselves, rather than the relationship we actually hold.
We walked through the Jewish quarter of the city (Josefov)
and were going to visit the cemetery and synagogue but the line was too long.
So we walked through the city and then did some shopping at their main mall
(Sephora fans, the shop here is very cheap, even compared to the US stores). Amy
bought a pair of boots ...
... been fully fermented and therefore had a more pure taste to it. I only managed 2 or 3 sips then let Van have the rest. I'm not a drinker, but yeah - that beer was alot better than the 2 other beers I've tried in my entire life.
10) the world's biggest toystore - to be honest, from outside it just looks like a small grey building, and we couldn't go inside anyway. It was the statue outside of the toystore that was the main talking point - the boy with the ...
... br> Once the tour was over I was so wet and cold that I fancied soup so we headed to the local shop. After an extended lunch time we braved going out again and headed up to are Prague castle. The view from the top was awesome and thankfully it had stopped raining! We explored the castle ground for a while and as beautiful as it was the pesky Starbucks on the edge ruined it for me!! We then decided to get some vegetables for tea but this proved to be more difficult than we'd thought! ...
... our beds. 6 bedder, all in very close contact with each other and of course, Al and I were given the privilege of the top bunk. No safety rail and just shy of a 2m drop to the floor. All we could do was laugh. Everyone having a good stare thinking we were the most annoying people to be sharing a cabin with, we climbed the ladder to the top bunk..still laughing. The prospect of sitting up on our bed was impossible and even moving in order to find some position of comfort, ...