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Posted by kernelbob on August 1, 2009
Yesterday was our third day in Prague. Here’s a picture from the spot where we stopped for a beer.
This trip is physically demanding. Yesterday, we were out and about from 8:00 through past midnight. We’re to be packed, checked out, and on the bus by 8:45. We probably walked for two hours, and Anne stood on a stage for another 2.5 hours.
So, what did we do in all that time?
Posted by kernelbob on July 31, 2009
Still in Prague. Today, I went to a museum dedicated to Alfons Mucha, the Ars Nouveau painter. Then went to the Museum of Communism but didn’t go in. Instead, walked around a commercial district for an hour. Had lunch in a French sidewalk cafe with impeccably French service (i.e., poor). Then rode the Metro about a mile into a newer part of the city where I met up with the choir.
I think I got a good mix of Prague-for-Tourists and Prague-for-Locals today.
The bus took us to Antonín Dvořák’s home in Nelahozeves. it is adjacent to a castle which we also looked into. Then the bus took us to another town where the choir sang in a church. I regret that I don’t know the name of the church or the town.