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Most visitors to Prague swirl around the Old
Town Square, with its history and the Town
Hall tower (from where you can get a
splendid view of most of Prague) and then
head off to the Castle and St Vitus' Cathedral
via Charles Bridge. And rightly so: for a short
tour these are the highlights, but there are
many others which are there to be
discovered during a longer stay: Wenceslas Sq
and the National Museum, the famous
Jewish Cemetery, the beautiful Art Nouveau 'Municipal House' with its concert hall and
restaurants, and the many old pubs and fine churches. It's a far cry from the dour,
suspicious city I limped into with a friend on a broken-down old British motorbike in
1967, the year before the Russian tanks rolled in. But today it's a happier place, and one
of our favourite hide-away corners is up a tiny alleyway alongside the Týn Church, the
one that looks like a Disney confection on the Old Town Sq. This opens out into a small
conclave of shops including an Ebel's coffee house (a godsend on a winter's day), a fine
bookshop and various artisan workshops including a puppetry studio where these
characters were displayed. Prague is famous for its wooden toys as a local craft, and
these exquisite harlequins were among the best I'd seen. They weren't there in 1967, and
nor was the best small hotel in town - I'll tell you where that is if you buy a picture from
me!
Most visitors to Prague swirl around the Old Town Square, with its history and the Town
Hall tower (from where you can get a splendid view of most of Prague) and then head
off to the Castle and St Vitus' Cathedral via Charles Bridge. And rightly so: for a short
tour these are the highlights, but there are many others which are there to be
discovered during a longer stay: Wenceslas Sq and the National Museum, the famous
Jewish Cemetery, the beautiful Art Nouveau 'Municipal House' with its concert hall and
restaurants, and the many old pubs and fine churches. It's a far cry from the dour,
suspicious city I limped into with a friend on a broken-down old British motorbike in
1967, the year before the Russian tanks rolled in. But today it's a happier place, and one
of our favourite hide-away corners is up a tiny alleyway alongside the Týn Church, the
one that looks like a Disney confection on the Old Town Sq. This opens out into a small
conclave of shops including an Ebel's coffee house (a godsend on a winter's day), a fine
bookshop and various artisan workshops including a puppetry studio where these
characters were displayed. Prague is famous for its wooden toys as a local craft, and
these exquisite harlequins were among the best I'd seen. They weren't there in 1967, and
nor was the best small hotel in town - I'll tell you where that is if you buy a picture from
me!
Most visitors to Prague swirl around the Old
Town Square, with its history and the Town
Hall tower (from where you can get a splendid
view of most of Prague) and then head off to
the Castle and St Vitus' Cathedral via Charles
Bridge. And rightly so: for a short tour these
are the highlights, but there are many others
which are there to be discovered during a
longer stay: Wenceslas Sq and the National
Museum, the famous Jewish Cemetery, the
beautiful Art Nouveau 'Municipal House' with its concert hall and restaurants, and the
many old pubs and fine churches. It's a far cry from the dour, suspicious city I limped
into with a friend on a broken-down old British motorbike in 1967, the year before the
Russian tanks rolled in. But today it's a happier place, and one of our favourite
hide-away corners is up a tiny alleyway alongside the Týn Church, the one that looks like
a Disney confection on the Old Town Sq. This opens out into a small conclave of shops
including an Ebel's coffee house (a godsend on a winter's day), a fine bookshop and
various artisan workshops including a puppetry studio where these characters were
displayed. Prague is famous for its wooden toys as a local craft, and these exquisite
harlequins were among the best I'd seen. They weren't there in 1967, and nor was the
best small hotel in town - I'll tell you where that is if you buy a picture from me!

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Most visitors to Prague swirl around the Old Town Square, with its history and the Town Hall tower (from where you can get a splendid view of most of Prague) and then head off to the Castle and St Vitus' Cathedral via Charles Bridge. And rightly so: for a short tour these are the highlights, but there are many others which are there to be discovered during a longer stay: Wenceslas Sq and the National Museum, the famous Jewish Cemetery, the beautiful Art Nouveau 'Municipal House' with its concert hall and restaurants, and the many old pubs and fine churches. It's a far cry from the dour, suspicious city I limped into with a friend on a broken-down old British motorbike in 1967, the year before the Russian tanks rolled in. But today it's a happier place, and one of our favourite hide-away corners is up a tiny alleyway alongside the Týn Church, the one that looks like a Disney confection on the Old Town Sq. This opens out into a small conclave of shops including an Ebel's coffee house (a godsend on a winter's day), a fine bookshop and various artisan workshops including a puppetry studio where these characters were displayed. Prague is famous for its wooden toys as a local craft, and these exquisite harlequins were among the best I'd seen. They weren't there in 1967, and nor was the best small hotel in town - I'll tell you where that is if you buy a picture from me!       
A classic black frame suits, but a wooden one could match the woodentops nicely as well.

A classic black frame suits, but a wooden one could match the woodentops nicely as well.

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