Hotel Stary Pivovar
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We went to then palace museum to hear a concert of a pianist and violist playing music by a number of composers that wrote music in this area. The concert was very good and both performers were appreciated with ample applause. It would have been a huge success if the seats had been more ...
... they simply closed up), at least they didn't replace them or tear them down.
It was also nice to see all of the Jewish history in the city. We had a chance to see the old synagogue and cemetery. It is too bad that it is hard to really get a view of these sites because the more modern buildings (1900) makes it difficult to get an unobstructed view. If you do visit these sites, be aware that there is an admissions charge for every ...
... best and put on a nice display whilst the trees had started showing their autumn glory.
Sadly the ascetics were somehow spoiled when it come to taking photos, there was scaffolding around a building right in the centre of the village and in another area several large dumpsters dominated the scene.
Further north not far from Glouchester we visited some ancient barrows. One called Hetty Pegglers Tump is still intact and my humans crawled inside ...
... verrrry wet haha :p The breakfast in our hostel was a little pricey for what it was, so I used the map to source out a place nearby with coffee and food to satisfy... We found sanctuary in the Globe Bookstore and Cafe around the corner. Amazing breakfasts, serving till 3pm plus SOY MILK... Absolute winner to me haha..so we ate their everyday! Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, walking tour with stories of legends, old town and new town divisions, the most ornate little ...
... much full, which was great for the performers.
Following the performance, Blair had to return to the flat. Denise I spent more time in the Old Town Square because there was Jazz music being featured on a main stage. We needed to enjoy our glass of wine and some cheese, bread and fruit.
It was a great way to end another full and busy day prior to our final trek up 105 steps to end the day at the flat!