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... I said.
While that was true, I said she was under no pressure to make time for me. "Oh? That changes things," she said. This lack of pressure probably allowed her to feel comfortable inviting me to Karlovy Vary.
"Say, 'I like you, and I have no expectations." - J.Breen philosophy
I also said, "I liked you the first time I saw you." It seemed that hearing this made her happy.
... s Bastion too, it was so beautiful I was constantly reminded of how Greece or Santorini would look like. It was stunning.
Interesting when we were there, it was a Labour day kind of event and we unknowingly were caught in between a huge carnival/celebration on a bridge overlooking a river. A great unexpected bonus to our visit to Budapest where we saw the locals celebrating and waving the Hungarian flags proudly.
Prague - ...
... ever seen before, and because the bones are so articulately arranged, you almost forget that you are looking at real skeletons from real people. Crazy huh!
Next sight to check out is the Prague Castle. Its a bit of a hike up a hill across the river, but well worth the trip. On the way we got to walk across the famous Charles Bridge, and rub the statue of St John for good luck.
The St Vitus cathedral was by far the most amazing church we have seen. Its ...
... but crazy atmosphere.
And that was basically it for Prague. We had an early flight the next morning to get to Athens and to get ready for the heat and the sun.
Prague was beautiful as we'd come to expect from eastern Europe. A shame we couldn't see more of the eastern bloc, but hey, the sun of Greece is ...
... one of our favorite stories we heard was that when Soviet troops arrived at Prague Airport during an invasion, they saw their automatic sliding doors for the first time and, perplexed by this new contraption, we convinced the doors were a trap set by the Czechs and carefully dismantled them before carrying on with their mission! After yet another excellent walking tour, we forced our weary feet to continue on to czech out (haha get it?) Prague Castle. It was gigantic and included ...
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