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... edges of the court so the overhead walkways could be used as shelter. Between loads of washing I would join the other guys outside for a couple of beers.
Staying in backpackers you always have a endless flow of new people to meet, on this occasion there was Jarrod from the states, Sophia from Canada, Iddo from Israel, Titi from Finland and of course, Jess from Tassie. No matter where you go there's alway a lot of Aussies, and everyone likes to ...
... Prague to resemble the splendor that he had witnessed in Italy. He also started the first university if eastern Europe, Charles University.
Leaving the Old Town Square we walk down to the river front. There are dozens of cafes, but we find one located on a jetty in the river across from the locks. The restaurant provided blankets and we snuggled up against the evening chill during our sunset dinner. The tour boats cruise past and ...
... on the street was a gorgeous collection of old shops, some of them preserved as museums and others still making wooden toys and selling chocolates and boiled lollies.
Walking around and absorbing the sights in Prague was a delight. There is very little that isn’t pretty and old, and more than once I found myself pausing to take in the narrow streets and winding lanes. The city was saved from destruction during the wars and continues to impress its thousands of visitors ...
... followed by further exploration of the Holocaust Memorial. This is a block of land, which has been filled with 2711 blocks of smooth concrete of varying heights (like multiple copies the monolith from the movie 2001). If you step to the side, you quickly lose you way. Somehow the concrete dulls sound. John thought it might symbolise the isolation and hopelessness. There us a subterranean memorial, again full of harrowing stories. In one room each Jew killed during ...
... goodbye to Prague. The bus ride home was not too long, but I got some sleep and caught up on my journaling and post card writing.
It is hard to believe that my trip is already a third over. Currently we are making our trip itinerary for the three weeks we have off in October. It is coming up so fast and we are going to take full advantage of the time we have. Hope all is well with you guys and hope you guys like the posts!