Residence V Tunich 14
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... tourists/locals up sitting down admiring the view available. We kept running along until we found a few sets of stairs that were away from the foot traffic and managed to squeeze in a few sets of stair exercises before deciding it was time to head back, freshen up and head out.
We managed to head out after lunch and decided we would spend a bit longer out and about, so Leesh whipped up a nice meal and we grabbed our gear, dressed in long pants and jackets and went out to Old ...
... of Petrin hill. It was absolutely stunning up there and we wish we'd found it early as we could have quite happily spent all day there. We went for a wander around the flower gardens which were truly magnificent and I hope the photos do it justice but I just don't think it's possible. Afterwards we found the lookout tower which we decided to climb the endless stairs to the top. My knees did not appreciate this at all but the views from the ...
... Israel had the highest security, cement barriers, troops stationed outside. Eventually we hit the Royal Gardens. There were mostly trees to see this time of year, but beautiful to see as there were many maples changing color. We arrived at the Castle and wandered around. The guide book told us everything was closed on Mondays, but that was a lie! We were able to go into the Cathedral, The Old Palace and St Georges Basilica.
I'll try to follow the path we took. We started ...
... on at all.
In the glass cutting area where they separate the good bit from the rest of the mould and throw the scrap into a big bin there was no safety equipment, and in the engraving area, where glass dust mixed with water was everywhere, only one person had a breathing mask on and no one wore safety glasses.
A very interesting tour and a pleasure to see ...
After 52 days of mostly sunshine, finally the rains came. Morning was overcast but rain free, but then the lightning, cracks and thunder came down upon Old Prague Town, oh and a drenching downpour from the heavens, replete with hailstones the size of...errr...hailstones.
Luckily we managed to sneak in our free city tour with Harriet, from Bristol, before the heavens opened. Harriet loved Prague with a passion and had lived here for 18 months. ...