Residence Thunovska 19
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... of an extinct race. After a quick visit to see a weird modern building called Fed and Ginger's house, we then went to the Beer Museum, a new enterprise which explained the process of beer making over the centuries, plus some samples. The Czechs drink huge amounts, and we often saw people drinking beer in the morning. After a tasty dinner of traditional Czech food, we had an early night after 2 days of flat out sightseeing. Off to Krakow ...
... striking the time; and a calendar dial with medallions representing the months. According to local legend the city will suffer if the clock is neglected and its good operation is placed in jeopardy.
The Astronomical Clock has been ticking and pulling in the crowds since 1490, although its party trick is laughably unspectacular. Every hour on the hour, from 8am to 8pm, wooden saints emerge from trap ...
... soup in a bread bowl. Of course, no meal would be complete without Czech beer (Don) and Czech Moravia red wine (Jan).
Jan asked Ivana about what small boutique hotels that might be good to see and she recommended the Aria Hotel (in Lesser Town and close by the Charles Bridge). We went into the lobby and were greeted warmly by the Petr who is a bellman but also serves as a multipurpose employee. We spoke to the front desk and ...
... The John Lennon Wall. It is a public wall of art where Czech youths would peacefully protest the government. Even when the government cleaned the wall, it would be full of color and words of peace by the next day so they eventually just left it. It was a really beautiful place. I signed my name on the wall of course.
All of the Czech people I met were very nice. They speak a lot of English. I did learn a few words though. Unfortunately by the time I got around ...
... of the stories she hears are from olive farmers who have had their land stripped from them as a result of the wall's placement, and now feel they have no reason to live. After that interesting meeting, I headed off to the Museum of Communism. My soviet interest persists and I'm fascinated to find out as much as I can in each affected country that I visit. Czechoslovakia had a very rough time under the soviets and the museum gave me a good run through ...