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Travel Blogs from Prague
... It is a great school of acceptance. Rollercoaster of emotions.
Tango is a dance which is to enjoy like any other dances. Its music moves you because although you may not understand the lyrics you resonate with it.We all,at some point,had to leave the homeland,home nest,loved ones.Although I am and never will be (unfortunately) a porteno,I like to feel the music (I like to think) based on my story,my life.Letting go.Leaving my home land for living ...
... first Protestant church in the area. Prague is the next stop and This city is known for its beauty and as we are driving in we can see why. There is a beautiful river that runs through and as we are coming in there is a light fog and just at the peak we see the royal castle,amazing. We then arrived and our tour guide DJ Becky B gave us a walking tour of just the most fantastic city full of great buildings and full of history. The reason that theses buildings ...
... the buildings in Düsseldorf, but I didn’t really like it. Whether you are a fan of his work or not, it certainly gets noticed.
We caught the tram back down one stop to have a beer and some lunch. Because it was a beer festival, the idea was that you would go and buy a glass for 50CZK or 2€ and then you could take it around to all the different stalls and try the different local brews. Prices varied between 25CZK and 50CKZ so it was pretty ...
... out alone in a new neighborhood and try it- star in your own movie- you will love it.
c) LOVE THIS CITY OR NOT- I always want to Live in the cities I fall in love with. If i haven't said "I really wish i could live here" Chances are I will not make a second trip there.
d) INDIAN FOOD- I can go without Indian food for a long long time (without missing it)
e) SUPERSTITIONS- I'm superstitious when it comes to religious sights, beliefs etc - if i ...
... people, no matter where we are. I like to watch them interact with each other, learn about what their customs are, their work, and how they live. By simply sitting and observing, I tend to learn MUCH more than I could about the people than I could ever learn by reading........even though I only understand a few words of their languages.
A word of advice when you travel.....keep your eyes open. Pay attention. Never be so busy that ...