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... sound to it when you say it. We tried to keep learning new words but we found that some locals didn't even speak Czech! I'm not really sure why it seems like English is more popular, but I read in the Kafka Museum that Prague is 1/3 Czech, 1/3 German and 1/3 Jewish so maybe they use English as a common language. We spent a lot to time in Prague visiting different museums and shows rather than just exploring like we had done in Italy. The Mucha museum was by far ...
... old Czech time. The astronomical dial shows the movements of the sun and the moon, and a third dial is for zodiacal signs. The clock itself is actually pretty difficult to understand, but its greatest attraction for most tourists is the hourly show of statues of the Twelve Apostles who appear one after the other. On each side of the clock are statuettes representing Vanity, Greed and Hedonism. A fourth statuette, Death represented as a skeleton, strikes the hour. There are, of ...
... graves and moving the grave stones up to the new level. After doing this tons of times, they just ended up having lines of grave stones everywhere.
We met up with our group at the Karel Seman Museum of special effects and it was amazing. They had a lot of interactive exhibits which were a lot of fun to play around with and were a valuable learning experience. When we finished the museum, we grabbed a quick bite to eat ...
... be great if their economy was not so bad. Also, Vienna is a really great city overall and I could work there. The downside with Vienna is the language which I still don't love. I really love Hungary too, if I could get into something here, that would be great. I might be okay with living in the US if I have a job like Jeffs where he travels A LOT! But I dont want it to take 10 years to get a job that lets me travel, Id rather just move abroad right away and then move back. IDK, ...
... had his own attorney. The Honorable Ms. Hubackova (or the Honorable Hana, as we call her), recounted the case and the attorney on behalf of the defendant gave a different telling of the story (adding the bit about the sick wife and the untrustworthy Ukrainian). The prosecutor would have none of the pity-party story, saying the defendant should have thought about his wife before he got drunk and drove.
There was a 10-minute recess ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRezidence Lundborg Prague
Beautiful place to stay it's like you have your own flat in Prague for a few days with every luxury you could wish for.
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