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... morning we awoke to a slightly cooler day. After our exertions of the previous day we had voted to take it a little easier and we bought a full day ticket for the public transport system. We visited the Petrin Hill Tower, an imitation of the Eiffel Tower, built about one hundred and fifty years ago for an exhibition and a local landmark. We took a metro line and a tram to get there and there was a lift for the old and infirm, which we took advantage ...
... br> Tiny cobblestones
About 3 inches square
In every graphic configuration
Cover sidewalk after sidewalk
Old ones irregular
New ones dress right dress
Communists asphalted over
New society is uncovering
The first time I ordered water - I was surprised that they brought a bottle - then I learned...
From there up to Wenceslas Square but more interesting than the old statues there, as it is history that we can remember, was the Amnesty International Memorial to Jan Palach and Jan Zajic, revolutionaries who died in 1969.
BBC News 1969. "Prague riots over student martyr
Police wielding truncheons ...
... if a building were burned the plans would be saved and it could be built again. And they've actually used this process to complete St. Victus Cathedral after centuries passed with no money to finish the building. When they did have some they opened the sphere and there were the original architect's plans. It's these details that make the city so cool. Long story short is I will be coming back ...
... pieces of meat I’ve ever eaten for sure and by far the best meal of my trip to this point.
We went out with two other French guys one night, who weren’t that much fun, and two English girls another, who were a blast. Last night was also one of my favorites—we’ve been hanging out in the hostel with three girls from Barcelona, who are awesome. It was super fun for me to speak Spanish, and they are Catalan ...