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... and it was useless 120 years. The reason for this was that at the time the council men didn't want him to build another clock somewhere else, so they invited him to a banquet and at end they poked out his eyes with a hot stake so that he couldn't instruct others on how to built a clock like this. The clock is still amazingly accurate with regards to how it works, showing the luna cycle, correct time, day and night, zodiac signs and so forth. It works with weights and the ...
... on the tourist trail. In the end, we had dinner in the Restaurant Nostalgie, right across the street from our flat. Jo and I were keen to try some Czech food and ordered goulash and dumplings. Not bad, if a little bland, but no sign anywhere on the menu of vegetables. Maybe vitamin pills were invented in the Czech R. to ward off scurvy?? Hm, a big day out. All in bed and sound asleep with me about to join them. A fun day for all, I think. A bit ...
... and after the tour I went for a traditional Czech meal with them. After we ate they then offered to pay for my meal which was really kind.
At this point I was really tired so headed back to the hostel with the intention of napping before going on the infamous Prague pub crawl. I had heard a lot of feedback about the pub crawl offered in Prague so bought a ticket at the hostel and hoped for the best. After a poor attempt at napping ...
... vehicles i nthe Nazi extermination camp at Chelmno upon Nerr in Poland. The women were sent to Ravensbruck concentration camp which usually meant quick or lingering death for the inmates."
The Nazis didn't stop there however and finished the job by completely razing the entire city, even exhuming their cemetery. They even tore down every single tree, except one. And the only reason that tree survived was because the Nazis thought the blast from blowing up the church killed ...
... but I felt a leap of joy to be back amongst the pastel hued art Noveau city buildings - the organic swirls and fanciful romantic figures can't help but make you smile. I popped in on the Alfonse Mucha Museum again and viewed priceless Czech cut glass vessels in the stunning Muller show rooms.
Bit of a mess up at the train station (meeting strangers in a 4 storey European train station with a dead mobile phone's never going to end ...