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... jackets that were given, gloves, and entered the ice room. Absolutely everything was made from ice...it was so impressive!! Our cups were ice, the bar was ice, there was an ice throne, and even lifelike ice sculptures! It was a good laugh, and a nice way to cool down after the heat of Prague.
We then went to the river to find boat hire. We managed to hire a tiny rowing boat between the four of us..it was awesome! The boat hire place sold beer, so we took ...
two minute intervals and lasted for 9 hour stretches.
There are no words.
The exhibit itself was quite moving. Perhaps more moving was watching Czechs,
young and old, make their way through the exhibit solemnly and
deliberately. There were some students
groups too. It did not seem to me there
were many tourists. Many, many thanks
and congratulations to Pamet Naroda (Memory of Nation) for this.
So Prague….???? We were so intrigued to come here. After 2 months around the Mediterranean, we were keen to see a different side of Europe. Would it look different? Would the people look different? Only one way to find out.
So off we went, to Prague on our final budget European airline flight. This time with WizzAir. Since arriving in Europe we have also tried RyanAir and EasyJet. RyanAir was the best and WizzAir by far the worst. But I have to give these airlines credit ...
It was my last day in Prague, so after everyone went to work I headed down to explore some things I'd missed, including John Lennon Wall and the castle area. I attempted to walk up this giant hill to get to Prague’s Eiffel Tower but had to be content with viewing it from afar as I couldn’t find the trail to get to it and I was running out of time since I had to be back at 6 to shower and pack up for my night train to Krakow. I was able ...
... at least 10,000 weird kids and thumping music. That was a perfect start for our torture museum tour. Check the pics. Brutal. Even worse than a Scottish ball-kicking!
That night, after seeing the city which we loved, we walked home. On our way, we heard the thumping sound under some sketchy bridges. Of course we had to investigate. We found the urchins still partying hard, falling asleep in parks (mind you, it's about 40 degrees out) and having fire dances. Bizarre. ...