Day 7: Jewish Quarter and the Astronomical Clock by Danny Brooks

Wow, I can’t believe it but it’s our last day. What a journey it has been. Today, we went out to see a few more sights of the city. There were two major places that I truly recalled: the Jewish quarter and the astronomical clock tower. The Jewish quarter was somber like Terezín, where we started, an it felt fitting to finish it off with a somber, sobering moment. It was a reminder of the things that could happen in the world if we do not pay attention and learn from history. The astronomical clock tower left me awestruck. It was a phenomenal view and was arguably the best that I have ever seen! We went to dinner again tonight and I felt it was fitting to end with dinner at a Czech restuarant. I had the duck and it was great the 3rd time I had it on this trip. This trip was amazing and honestly helped to mold my opinion of Europe in a very positive way. All I can truly say is Prague is a beauty of the world, an oyster waiting to be found, and we did.

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