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... flanked by guards. The guards change over every hour, but we just missed the 12pm change over. We wandered through the streets, winding our way down the hill. We popped into some of the shops - chocolate, gingerbread, t shirts and magnets were the main attractions here!! I enjoyed the supermarket (!) and it was so cheap! Stocked up on a few snacks for the weekend and a few bits to take home! Petrin hill, at 318m tall, sits over the western side of the city. There is ...
... respectful of the other people in the room and luckily its just girls and no snorey lads! I was really shocked when I woke up at 8am this morning that no one was up yet! These are more our kind of people! Back to sleep I went!
When we eventually got up we strolled over to the beautiful Old Town Square where we stood amongst hoards of tourists all trying to photograph Prague's astronomical clock.
There was also a traditional Czech ...
Meat overload but the whole format was so clever.
I imagine there would be market for it in NZ.
We could use our re establishment insurance money to establish a Beef Heaven in NZ - not!
We got the tram back to the hotel and yeah we did not have to set the alarm.
Prazsky Hrad Castle in Prague - Buckingham Palace is not alone.
Where is OSH! - The Safety hats are nicely placed on top of the scaffolding poles so no one will hurt themselves ...
... and positive energy derived from symbols of the four essential elements: air water earth and fire. Alchemy had to be carried out in secret because the Catholic church was against it. The Jews more more tolerant. So alchemist labs were in underground caverns, fronted by a more conventional pharmacy. Alchemy seems to me to be a mix of chemistry, botanical medicine, and magic. The sliding bookcase door is triggered by turning a dragon. This leads to the labs, ...
... cattle in time for changing of guards, showy ceremony with brass band. St Vitus Cathedral with tiny door in side for prison (?), Wenceslas’ vineyard, across bridge and past Josefov to town square in time for clock to strike on the hour. Lunch in student cafe, bye to Krystof, ticket for Prago Union. To Lucie’s work at kindergarten, 2 hours in Mammut climbing wall out of centre, leading up to 5+. Back to B’s to change, drop bags, in to ...