Park Inn Hotel Prague
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... and as the war continued, were transported to Auschwitz and other death camps in the east. The Germans spent a year creating a lie for the Red Cross visit, and the Red Cross never looked beyond the surface. The residents showed their defiance in subtle ways-in amazing art work that they hid under bunks and in walls, in a children's opera,performed over 50 times, that was an allegory about ...
As we follow the cobblestone pathways through Prague, we are aware of the great architectural and cultural richness of the city. It was built between the 11th and 18th centuries, and there are more magnificent monuments, churches and palaces than we can possibly see in the brief time of our visit. The city is very quiet for a ...
... store that had some English books but these were mainly older books rather than recent releases. It’s just as well that we have Kindles when travelling these days as you can load them with different books (more cheaply that purchasing paper books) and open them as the mood takes you.
An important memorial in Wenceslas Square is that for Jan Palach who was a Czech student of history ...
My parents came over to visit us while we were living in Berlin. They stayed 2 nights in Berlin and we did a lot of walking. There was a lot of snow during this time and the Christmas markets were in full swing. We went to the Finnish Christmas market in Kultur Brauerei ( the best one in our opinion), Alexander Platz and Potsdamer Platz. We walked through Hackesche Markt, Museum Insel, Brandburg Gate and the East Side gallery. Oh and we ...
... stop on the tour was at the Estates' Theatre. One of the oldest Opera houses in all of Europe, the interior is still original from its opening dating back to the late 1700's. Formerly capable of seating 1000 attendees, the theatre has since elected to make seating more comfortable and reducing the seats down to just over 600. Regardless of interior design or seating capacity, what really matters is WHO did their work here. The who I am referring to include such greats as ...