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... sector and the ..town. We caught a tram which ran all the way to the Castle. It was nice to see it in the late afternoon. There were not many people, and it was lit up beautifully making the Vituses Church quite golden and spectacular. The view over the city was also beautiful. We walked around the Castle district, which was like a small town in itself. It now houses the monarchy and parliament etc etc. We were with the Lee, the ...
... Camembert etc. The next day we wandered up to the town square and found some wonderful markets,with the freshest fruit and veges ever seen. We bought strawberries,cherries,blackberries and took them back to the hotel for lunch Later after a short rest,we ventured back to the markets,and sampled the German sausages (wild boar or deer). 2nd July Today departed for Budapest by coach, stopping at Bratislavia (capital of Slavarkia ) for lunch at abeautiful ...
... and climb these stacks without rope, assistance or sensible guidance and kill themselves. I just cannot see it being allowed in any western country. Maybe they have no need since common sense dictates you just wouldn't do it, but ... there is a pub next door! One of those things that falls into the category 'only in the Czech Republic'.
Enough for now, a housewarming awaits me. Time to fire up the Yamaha and be on my way.
... we crossed back the Charles bridge towards the Frank Kafka square. We had a good lunch there at a place called Cafe Motto - eating salmon and chicken with long beans and garlic. We then walked to the jewish quarter to the oldest functioning synagogue in europe - Staronova Synagoga (Old-New Synagogue) and the other areas dotting the Jewish quarters. The Maisel Synagogue which houses all things jewish - the ...
... astronomical clock and is mounted on the southern wall of Old Town City Hall in the Old Town Square. The Prague Astronomical Clock was built in around 1410 and is one of the oldest clocks of this type in Europe and the only one still working. It is set in the Old Town Hall and is certainly worth seeing as it shows the large degree of scientific knowledge of the era. The clock face represents the Earth and the sky, a part for the day another for the night. The clock’s outer ...