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... sausages. In the central square, pigs were being roasted and the delightful aroma of wood smoke wafted around us. It’s like a bloody faerie tale.
The following day we took a daytrip to "Kutna Hora," which is about an hour train ride away from Prague. We went here to see the fabulous bone church, which is exactly what it sounds like. The bones of 40,000 people have been used to decorate the church in elaborate ways- there are chandeliers, pyramids, writing and ...
... before taking our drunken selves back to our hostel.
Catch Ups and Clocks-Friday 18th July
Feeling slightly seedy the next day, I was raring to explore the city of Prague. The happy couple were keen on having a quiet morning so Phil and I organised to meet up with Tom and Caitlin for a day of sightseeing. We met in the Old Town Square where we were able to see the famous Prague orloj astronomical clock which is able to show not only the time but ...
Prof. Taylor set up this meeting at the Institute, which is a Czech government-funded venture that aims to study, document, and disseminate the history of both the Nazi and Soviet totalitarian regimes in the Czech lands. They do a lot of work with school curriculums, and also house the archives for the former Czechoslovak equivalent of the KGB (the SB). The head of their education department, Vojtech Ripka gave us an interesting overview ...
... our first out of budget spending - an un anticipated one at that. This is our 8th train journey but all previous 7 conductors didn't point that out, though just administrative and just filling up a travel log which end of the day is going to be with us only, but the rule is a rule - so we paid the fine. The journey was nice - and can see the countryside is very different from Western Europe. More plain and undeveloped. Its a 596 ...
... to silence the provocative broadcasting initiated by the National Committee on May 5. The hall and nearby buildings burned along with the wooden sculptures on the Orloj and the calendar dial face made by Josef Mánes. The machinery was repaired, the wooden Apostles restored by Vojtěch Sucharda, and the Orloj started working again in 1948, but only after significant effort. Formerly, it was believed that the Orloj was constructed in 1490 by clockmaster Jan Růže ...