Hotel U Hvezdy
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We decided to go back to the shopping centre for the same dinner again with some of those nice noodles, and were surprised at the intense heat at 6.30 - it was stifling.
We had thought about going into the City again to look at the night lights but were just too hot and tired after dinner, so opted for a movie on the laptop in the cool comfort of our room. I think it was the much better option.
But we loved our day in Prague.
... the square and are often used as a symbol of the city. We couldn’t take photos inside the church. It was basically painted white and then around each of the columns were large paintings in gold frames and there was a lot of gold filigree around the ceiling. It would have been interesting to know more about the history of the church and the paintings but it was not open for tours. We then made sure we were in front of the Old Town Hall clock at 6pm as we had been told that on the ...
... cats, mooses, flamingos and birds. There were hippos, elephants, giraffes, monkeys, apes, turtles, tigers, snakes, goats, cockroaches. There were lots of animals.
The last day we went to a couple of things, first we went to 2 guys peeing in a map of Czech it was funny.
Then we drove to a museum and this time I wanted to go.
This guy named David Cerny, he is an artist that is weird, he did the peeing guys ...
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... a circle of 365 names. Each day in Czech has a different name, and it's common to celebrate your 'name day'. Unfortunately I didn't find out what day Tom was! All this was pretty impressive, so why is it considered so disappointing? It's because tourists come to see the "show". Every hour, the four puppets on the side of the clock move. As it was built in the 14th century, the movement is limited to a shaking of the head. Not so impressive now, but impressive when you ...