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... bike to a parking building.
Went to Maccas wifi to book a parking building, as its “not permitted to park the moto on the street!”
Having got that sorted, policeman #2 has gone for the day, and #3 informs me that I cant bring the bike into the area while riding, despite what his colleague has told me, I must push it! I think he understood **** that! His next suggestion involved a 1.5 km ride which allowed me to enter the square ...
... big change. It was sad, but also something I am glad I got to experience. I really will miss my new friends here, but having this experience together is something we will never forget.
Sadly, Saturday was a rainy day, so I spent the day inside. I had a lot of little things to take care of back at home along with making sure that everything was good to go for my last week here. Sunday was another fun day. Bram, Grace, and I went back out ...
... Czech president. Its hard to imagine, but the Czech republic has had five political regimes in the last century
1) they were a absolute monarchy under the Austro Hungarian empire, until WW1
2) after WW1 and the fall if the great empires, Czechoslovakia became a liberal democracy
3) in 1938, Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia and they were under germane rule until the end of the war in 1945
4) after the war Czechoslovakia returned to a short lived liberal ...
... Mosaic House Hostel. Now I don't normally give a shout out to a hostel but this one was really up there in one of the best hostels I've stayed in my entire trip. It was Eco-friendly, clean, had a rocking nightclub with nightly events, friendly staff (even had the operational manager give me a complimentary buffet breakfast for participating in the Free yoga class!), great location and good WIFI (important for ...
... across road below (one direction is divided), and a couple of other roads just to confuse you more.
However, we made it to the Hotel Ostas and booked in. Had to show our passports and he put the numbers in the guest register. We also had to write our home address and sign - just like the early 1970s in Spain etc. The man spoke reasonable English, but didn't seem to be all that cheerful. Maybe it was because the plumbers were there ...