Tivoli Hotel Prague
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Up early this morning after being woken at 5am by a business call from Oz.
After breakfast we headed out for a stroll to the National Theatre but our walk was interrupted by a festival which was being held in one of the many squares we have passed along our paths.
Sandy was hell bent on waiting for the parade to start but it was worth the wait.
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Next, we walked right past our hotel and into old town, where we saw the astronomical clock and heard some band playing in the square. In general, we did a lot of stuff today that I already saw, so I won't spend a lot of time on those details. ...
... coach and Arlene scored us some good seats up front. Our guide gave us a short political history on the way out of the city including his opinion on why there was graffiti everywhere, which was that the citizens still felt felt it was the state's responsibility. Out of the city we saw mostly farm fields and pine forests. Sights included groups of deer and solar power installations. We got to our ship around 5 and were checked in very quickly and ...
... covered with the names of over 77,000 czech jews who were killed. The writing is no more than a centimetre tall, it has each victims name, date of birth and death, or if their date of death was unknown, the last place they were "processed" by the Nazis. The walls are absolutely covered in names. Once again I was blown away by the sheer volume of destruction. I went into the Jewish Cemetery. As I mentioned yesterday this is the cemetary where 120,000 jews are buried, one ...
Today was spent sleeping in. Big time. After such a late night, it was completely acceptable and necessary!
Lucy (AUS) and I (USA) decided to explore the city by climbing up to Hradcany Castle to get a gorgeous view of Prague. Not as stunning as Budapest, but still lovely in its own way. The hike was a little treacherous after such a late night, though! We were struggling the entire way up. However, we apparently timed our arrival ...