Prague Lion Hotel
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Bathroom was a little dirty but really nice overall
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... so i won't. We saw:
A big zodiac clock that struck at 8pm and weird characteur figures circled around it. Tick
The harbour and people doing pedolops. Tick
A swan in her nest on the harbour (not a tourist attraction per sey but still pretty cool.What was not cool though was that most of her nest was made up of rubbish - tidy up after yourselves humans.) Tick?
National Museum - saw it, walked past it. Tick
Old Town - was ...
... became massively busy.
A short way in Jah told us a great place to exchange some of our euros for Chez Dollars, I exchanged a few Euros and then the group made it to the old square. In the square is the Astro Clock (A very old clock) which is apparently extremely popular to see chime on the hour. We waited in the square while Jah took care of some business. Some people got some food others went shopping and yet other listened to the really ...
... councillors out the window and "The Second Defenestration of Prague" sparked the Thirty Years War. There were 3 defenestrations in all.
More courtyards , Old Palace, exhibition of history of the Castle, and more. Finally, Golden Lane, a few narrow streets of tiny 16th century houses, some furnished as they would have been and others small shops selling hand made wares. Had to sample Trdlo - a hollow sweet Czech pastry, cooked on ...
... another piece of it. We then visited the former National Defense house where the base of the resistance was throughout the war. He took us to the only building that was destroyed during world war 2. Turns out, it was one of the pretty towers on the main square. It used to be old city hall and it was destroyed when the Germans thought the resistance was led in there. The guide had some great pictures to illustrate the before and after effects. Probably the best part ...
... in a short time. I took the tram back to my little suburb (it's cool staying outside of the main centre because you get to see the 'real' city) with a plan to freshen up in my room and then head down to the local restaurant, Josefina, that Jiri had recommended. As I passed by Josefina it seemed pretty inviting so I popped in and decided to have an early tea of pasta (a little bit over pork bones and goulash!) I ate my pasta and then noticed a ...