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... It's hard to get a good green salad in these parts.
We thought that after 2 days we should actually go to a museum, so we took Matt's advice and went to the Lobkowicz Palace near the castle. He took his class there recently and said it was well worth it. Wow, was it ever. The Lobkowicz' were one of the richest families in Czech history and their collections and palaces were taken first by the Nazis and then by the Communists. They were ...
... weight: normal;">U Kroka (coloured half half beer trying not to drool it everywhere as we’d just left the dentist!).
There were some more cultural activities too! I particularly enjoyed hunting out controversial Czech sculpture artist David Cerny’s weird and wonderful creations. He has been labelled a hooligan and has even been arrested for some of his works, and some countries have banned or censored other pieces of his work. Some are still ...
The bridges crossing the river in the middle of the city! The gothic churches! The sunsets! The city lights! The eeriness of a fog in the city! Yup... gives me an excuse to hold my Giovi nice and tight and to hold her hand! (I'm the only man that gets to keep her safe!)
... triangle of interchanges). Naturally the war intruded, and in the post-war years with the dramas of the Soviet occupation/invasion/liberation (depending upon your political standpoint) and subsequent 'conversion of the proletariat to the Communist way of life" the entire project was put off until the 1960's when once again the project was revisited.
I read on an official Czech site that the Czech Government decided in 1971 to purchase Russian made ...
... standing out in the cold so still for so long. After the castle we were taken on a tour of the streets around the city centre of Prague. It is such a beautiful city. We ended up at the musical instrument museum, which is probably one of the best ones we have seen so far as they had headphones set up so you could hear what each instrument sounded like. We walked to the restaurant for lunch and we were spread over 3 levels. Operation Uniform Four of us left for "Operation Uniform" ...