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... many are here to be seen because people took the time to dismantle hide and preserve to be re-placed after the war .....
Second visit was to the spanish synagogue - beautifully decorated (gold) and a real museum of treasured religious artifacts....not much else of the jewish community remains -
A group of us had purchased tickets for a concert of Czech music including one piece from the Moldau by Smetana - we wait ...
... literal last-minute realization that we were flying into different airports (we spoke over the phone while I was on the runway about to take off), Naftali and I met at the hostel. There is no other city I have been to, or that I can imagine, is like Berlin. The contrast between the city's endless modern architecture and buildings and the vast amount of world-changing history that has occurred there makes the city have a weird feel that is hard ...
... out. With the small size, I almost felt like a hobbit where everything was small and my size. Other admissions on our ticket included the Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace and St George's Basilica which I think was a nunnery after it was a burial ground.
After a late lunch, we stopped at Loreta - a Baroque convent before embarking on a walk towards Prague's "Eiffel" Tower. Yep, we aren't in Paris, but there's a miniature ...
... where just phenomenal. Now, perhaps it has just been too long but I might go out on a limb here and state that the local Czech beer might be even better. Don’t worry, in a couple of weeks I can confirm whether this theory is correct. Your beer will continue to come until you make it clear you have had enough or until the restaurant closes. Whichever comes first.
The next part of the entertainment is the menu. Or perhaps its best described as the abridged version of ...
... well as dinner. We were lucky to find "U trí houslicek" (The Three Violins) a site of one of the famous original signs because the building was once the home of a family of violin-makers. Legend says it is also haunted and you can hear a demonic trio on moonlit nights. We all had salads and got back out on the street to continue our hunt for signs. Some of my favorite were: The Red Lamb, The Golden Key, The Green Lobster, ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed