Prague Golden Age
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- Minbar in room
- Pets allowed
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... the effort - Casserol. Just a small marker on the street and a long hallway inside then downstairs and there was the restaurant. It was a 12th century coal storage - they were not sure for what purpose but you could see where the coal was delivered and dropped to the floor of the restaurant. The food was like something you would read about in Bon Appetit. After lunch/dinner we ...
... our hotel room
-AC on to cool down n snooze. We almost slept too long but rallied for a late afternoon walk. Temps were hot well past 6 n crowds still plenty thick.
-I opted for a swerma for dinner n kept L company while she had dinner at the hotel. It had
finally cooled down n the was pleasant to sit outside. Hotel location has been great even if the wait staff is a little stiff.
-to bed before 9 n hopefully we will finish adjusting to the 12 hr time zone diff
... in Prague after five hours. No sooner had I said to Darren, "Well, if that's the only glitch we have on our trip, we can't complain," what happens? We arrive at our hotel to be told that due to "technical problems" they can't accommodate us on our first night and will be transferring us to another hotel for one night. We are fairly sure that "technical problems" is hotel-speak for "we double-booked you." ...
... more than I could ever remember. We started the tour in the Old Town Square, which is probably the area most frequented by tourists in this city. There are many things to see in this square, such as the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn which has two towers nicknamed Adam and Eve. Adam is slightly larger than Even in order to protect her form the weather. Apparently these towers are thought to have been the inspiration for Disney's Snow White castle. Also in the square is ...
... the reason for 10 days of degradation. If anyone who was being degraded broke the rules, looked at someone, smiled, etc., they were shot.
There were no gas chambers on Terezin, but there was still death. The Jews died because of sickness, starvation, typhus, typhoid fever, poor hygiene, no water, etc., there were 70 people crammed in a room that was approximately 7'x9'. They stood shoulder to shoulder, back to front. They slept ...