Park Inn Hotel Prague
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... were drinking in a monastery. At one point Dorothy looked down sorrowfully at her beer and sighed, "I'm going to hell". Second was an old-school local bar where service was provided by an incredibly grumpy old czech man, but beer was US$1.50 per mug. He kept exclaiming "we are a restaurant, not a pub" for seemingly no reason. There, we sampled the local cuisine of oil & pepper soaked sausage and thick cheese which went surprisingly well with ...
I started the day off with a nice big breakfast of eggs, acon, sausage, toast, and hashbrowns. Delicious. I decided that it was time to learn a bit about this wonderful city called Prague, or Praha in Czech. A free walking tour was departing from the hostel at 10:30am so I joined up with them and we set off.
We learned about the origins of Prague, back to Bohemia and even further. Learned of all the changes they've been through and what it's taken to get them where ...
... of all ages there, including 16 year old kids! It seemed to be the normal hangout for high school kids on Friday nights. There is no way that that is at all good for kids! We checked out each floor, laughing at the crazy people that we came across. The way they danced there was also very difference, they only moved their feet a little bit and were much more controlled than what Americans usually do. Some people we met tried to show us how to "loosen up" ...
... pretty picture for the people who lived in Eastern Europe and had to endure communism. Granted each country fared differently within communism but when the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, like a set of dominoes, not too many countries previously under communist rule wanted to allow a communist government to remain in power.
Coming into Prague was a bit of a change from the past month of travels. The weather was cooler, the roadways ...
... statue in memorial of Franz Kafka. One of the most chilling stories were heard was the tour guide's explanation of why Prague's Jewish Quarter is so well preserved Apparently Prague was Hitler's favorite city and it was even rumored that he planned on retiring to Prague. Hitler requested that the Prague synagogues be left untouched during the war to serve in the future as an open air gallery of an extinct race. It is hard to hear these intentions in such blunt terms. On a ...