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... we could have taken a taxi tour, but I like stopping and looking! I took some lovely photos, but will have to rely on Sarina and Alex's at some later stage! Stupid iPad!
Alex did his usual and we tried to get through walking by the River, but it a dead end, as restaurants had put walls for their outdoor areas right on the River bank. So we backtracked and went through the town. I kept dashing in to look at pashminas, as Lin ...
(By Jason Smart) Today a dozen of us enjoyed a private tour of Prague's Municipal House (Obecni dum), said to be the finest Art Nouveau building in the city. Don't let the name fool you--the municipal house isn't the seat of local government but rather a cultural center. Concerts are held frequently in three of the building's "halls." Our enthusiastic guide took us through the grandest of these, Smetana Hall, plus several ornate rooms/salons with paintings and ...
-Disappointments and Crazy bus drivers Stepping out into 5c weather today (41f) we embarked to find a "caffe" that was not far from our flat. We made our way up a steep hill in search of breakfast. As a precaution before leaving for our walk I stuffed a bread roll into my bag. It came in handy...When we arrived at our destination we found that it was in reality a bar. This would not have been a problem because after walking there I ...
... was a playwright, poet and dissident. In the evening we attended a Christmas concert by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra at Municipal Hall. The program was a suite of music by Karel Svoboda for the 1973 Czech/East German film, "Three Nuts for Cinderella," and the Czech Christmas Mass by Jakub Jan Ryba. Both were excellent. The Christmas Mass included full orchestra, choir, alto, soprano, tenor and baritone. It ...
... of the buildings were amazing with many dating from the fourteenth century.
The Czech Republic has good roads, modern facilities and is very clean on its highways which pass through beautifully preserved older style villages. Luckily the country was not bombed during World War 2 as the Germans had already occupied it without force.
A walk back from Wenceslas Square to the Old Town Square after the tour gave Elinor and ...