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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... including our apartment. It's so awesome to be able to walk out of our quiet building and walk 3-4 blocks and see the astronomical clock and tower. Each hour on the hour a mechanical show is presented. A skeleton rings a bell and these metal sculptures rotate around a window. At the end, a cock crows. A large crowd gathers for each hourly show.
The buildings here are magnificent, and I can hardly complain that the rest of the world ...
... the public to enjoy though. He is responsible for the giant crawling infants up the city’ eyesore Zizkov Television Tower, a statue of St Wenceslas riding an upside down dead horse, Sigmund Freud hanging by one hand, and the peeing statues (yes, literally moving and peeing, on what looks like a map of the Czech Republic!), and Miminka (more giant babies), amongst others. You can certainly see why people might have a bit of an issue with his work, but I think it’s ...
... Eurail global pass. Its like a journey detail that must be filled in. We didn't do it as ours is not Flexi but a continuous pass. So we guessed it's valid for 21days from whichever the validation date. But the old man pointed out the fine print, the travel log must be filled regardless and otherwise it's contravening the rules. We had validated and all but still travel log is necessary. For that we had to pay 60 Euro fine on the ...
... and figures of the Apostles were added after major repair in 1865-1866. The Orloj suffered heavy damage on May 7 and especially May 8, 1945, during the Prague Uprising, when Germans directed incendiary fire from several armored vehicles and an anti-aircraft gun to the south-west side of the Old Town Square in an effort to silence the provocative broadcasting initiated by the National Committee on May 5. The hall and nearby buildings burned along with the wooden sculptures on ...
... br> The New Town has its own athmosphere. It's not full of tourists, but full of people rushing to their jobs or from jobs home. At night it's just full of young people looking for parties, clubs, pubs. Tourists show up, looking for beautiful girls and cheap beer.
Prague is simply an amazing city with many faces. You find so many things there, so you would have to spend at least half a year there to discover half of that.
Good luck :)