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... the church. Henley, Barrett and I found a little outdoor restaurant with gas heaters. They had blankets on the seats and we had the best hot chocolate I've ever tasted! The Prague Astronomical clock was in the square where the markets were. This is one of the highlights of Prague. The Prague astronomical clock is a medieval astronomical clock and is mounted on the southern wall of Old Town City Hall in the Old Town Square. The Prague Astronomical Clock was built in around 1410 and ...
... and she still cried at points, that shows the deep psychological trauma this experience caused her. She really made me realize how fortunate I am to have had my family with me my whole life and have never been forced into such drastic situations.
I know that this is a really breezed over summary of over a weeks worth of information, but I tried my best to cover the essentials. I will try to be better in the future to update more, but no promises. :) ...
... was the ballroom with life sized people painted on every wall. These were fresh bright fun paintings, that looked as though they could ave been painted only yesterday. Photos weren't allowed, but I'll be looking online for the book I saw in the gift shop that featured these paintings. It was just too heavy to bring back with us. It was a long day, and we were happy to be 'home' at our beautiful hotel and to settle in for another delicious ...
... doing really impressive kicks and leaps. He was trying to raise funds to go to the World Hackysack Competitions in July in Canada. Since I enjoyed him in his country it seemed only fitting that I should help him enjoy mine, so I contributed. My eye was also caught, again and again, by a much more distressing form of seeking funds. Here beggars get down on their knees, faces pressed to the sidewalk, with an open hat or cup held outstretched before them. They hold that ...
... years old. It was clearly the oldest thing we've seen thus far. From the Kinsky we popped over into the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn which was started in 1365. Unfortunately mass was about to start so we ran through it pretty quickly. We quickly popped into St. Nicholas' church across the way where the organist was practicing classical music and we admired the giant chandelier. Before leaving Old Town Square, we also stopped at the famous astronomical clock which ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed