A great place to visit during the day to see all the landmark buildings, and at night, go there for the lights.
A private house of such enormity is rare in Macau, so the 19th-century Mandarin's House is definitely worth a visit.
The city lies on the banks of the Vltava river, a bit north from the middle of Bohemia, which is the largest of three main parts of Czech Republic (the other two are: Moravia and Silesia).
Prague has been the capital of Bohemia for more than 1100 years.
I chose a table at the end nearest the main entrance, as this gave me a full view of the rest of the hall.
I don’t know if there is some deep-seated reason for this, but I always prefer to sit facing the proceedings, rather than facing the wall and with my back to what is going on.
Casco Viejo is the historic section of Panama City.
Its population counts more than 1.22 million people (number from 2008), but the metropolitan area is believed to have a lot more (around 2 million citizens).
Feel free to use Google Map, that is the best anyway.
;) Regarding districts, there are two different district systems.
Directly below me is one of Prague’s busiest main roads: every day, some 45,000 cars crawl past, snaking right through the centre of one of the most densely populated parts of the city.
Beyond the road, is the huge area of the half-derelict Bubny railway station, potentially one of Europe’s most attractive inner city development sites, but currently a casebook example of inner city neglect.
The form the final document takes could define the character of one of Europe’s most historic cities for several generations to come.