Vintage Design Hotel Sax
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... the croissants and other bakery treats we'd bought from a cafe. This was bound to happen as we can't read any of the signs in these foreign countries, but we missed our train stop (oh no!). Luckily, the next stop was actually the central station in Prague and it actually brought us a lot closer to our accommodation. So we'll take that as a win - bonus ride, yaayy! Prague is a very open-spaced city with huge buildings, cobblestone roads, and a very efficient tram ...
Before leaving Wurzberg we took a tour of the Wurzberg Residenz. We went through the beautiful gardens, then inside and went through the many rooms. Built in the 1700's it was partly destroyed during the war. They reconstructed the many rooms that were damaged. Beforehand they had taken many photos and removed the tapestries and ...
... fascinating in absolutely every direction. We've only been here a couple of hours, but if this city stands up to half of our first impression it will be our favorite stop on the trip. The architecture is surreal and reminds me of a fairytail; I just had to get a few pictures up (it's night so don't expect anything great; I'll get better ones tomorrow). Cheap beer and mesmerizing views. What's not to ...
... part of town. Bought 2 sets - one for Chandini and the other for Lakssmitha. Then we went to the old town square to the biggest Bohemian crystal shopin town whose been here since 18xx. We bought 2 sets of hand made crystal glasses. They are not cheap but at least authentic. We at first wanted to send it by parcel to either our last destination or back to KL. But the cost was somewhere between RM 600 to 750. We might as well carry it at that ...
... church, that have been completed almost six centuries later. During the Hussite Wars and the following decades the Castle was not inhabited. In 1485, King Ladislaus II Jagello began to rebuild the castle. The massive Vladislav Hall (built by Benedikt Rejt) was added to the Royal Palace. There were also built new defence towers on the northern side of the castle. A large fire in 1541 destroyed large parts of the castle. Under the Habsburgs some new buildings in renaissance style ...