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... ticket since it was a domestic train ride to a close by town. We followed the herd of tourists off the train and into town. Unfortunately we lost track of them and became lost ourselves. We wandered around mapless for about an hour before passing by a cathedral. Luckily there was a tourist information desk with maps and receptionist to help us find the bus stop into town and where the stone chapel was.
We decided to ...
... to my purchasing another beer), we stumbled across the famous Charles Bridge. This impressive structure, which crosses the river from the central part of the city to the Mala Strana district is adorned with towering religious statues which gaze down on the passers by with an impression of power and authority. The sloping view of the terracotta rooftops from the top of castle hill was stunning, but no more breathtaking than that of ...
... Church, Jew were required to dress differently and at one point wore a yellow hat or a yellow band to identify themselves. The Jewish ghetto first appeared during the 14th century in order to control the Jewish population. At one point the Jewish population in Prague reached 18,000. (Currently less than 1,800 live in Prague). During that time, the Jews were blamed for everything from natural disasters, plague, spies and traitors, and witchcraft. There was a ...
... haunt Prague.
David met up with Marion after lunch, and we worked our way back to the hotel, to have a bit of a packing up in preparation for our departure from Prague tomorrow.
The shopping centre, Namesti Republiky has 200 shops with many being clothing shops. The prices are lower than many areas and the quality seemed to be good. Unfortunately, as there is no one to carry our bags home for us, Marion bought ...
... an ice cream. Cost us 0.05 euro each to use the loo, with the macca's toilet police lady making sure you paid. From here we decided to go to the palace, short walk and we see the stairs off we go up them......... 206 in total, man all that Mount Saunders work for nothing I was pooped fitness has certainly taken a backseat whilst away. Took a few photos with the palace guards Peter trying his hardest to make them talk or even smile but nothing. Inside we ...
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