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I (Kristen) had booked our accommodation online in advance and had found us an apartment with great reviews in the centre of Prague. We didn't realize until we arrived what a splurge it was! The apartment was located on the top floor of a beautiful historic building offering stunning views of Malostranske square, St. Nicholas Church and the Prague Castle. It was around the corner from the Charles Bridge and a 10 minute walk to the Old Town Square. The apartment ...
... the 1400 (or somewhere around then) and it was amazing it had two different times roman and one other, a dial that would tell you what position the moon was in (like when it was a full moon/ quarter moon etc) and then it also had a zodiac hand so it told you what zodiac month we were in and yup you guessed it we are in LEO!!! We also visited the palace / castle area and that was lovely it was up on the top of the hill and gazed down on the city below, ...
... we were starving. By some wonderful coincidence Beerfest was just down the road so...round two! I have to admit it was even more fun at night. There was a crowd to give it energy, but no rowdy weirdos. They had a decent band playing and the food was just as good. I actually got two different dinners just so I could try as much as I could. You've got to savor these moments, right? For dessert we got a couple of cupcakes and some cranberry beer. I wasn't around for it but ...
... The first is Vanity, represented by a figure admiring himself in a mirror. Next, the miser holding a bag of gold represents greed. Across the clock stands Death, a skeleton that strikes the time upon the hour and beckons to the Turk figure (I'm not sure what he represents). On the hour, the skeleton rings the bell and immediately all other figures shake their heads, side to side, signifying their unreadiness "to ...
... tour took us to three of pragues best remaining undergrounds and provided a simple yet interesting understanding of why they are present, where to many they look like cellars this was not their original begginnings. As they are infact the first floor of houses from the 14th century as Prague had three significant problems at the time. 1. Yearly innundation from floods 2. Attacks from enemies upon the rich little town 3. Litter The eventual resolution to these ...