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Well, we have finished the final leg of our trip, Prague & will be flying home tomorrow. We both agree that we saved one of our favourite destinations for last. Prague, a city of 1.5 million is a vibrant yet old city with many historical roots. One of the things we liked most about the European cities is that they retain both their historical culture & architecture. We took a walking ...
... up the 300 steps, it provided an excellent view of the entire city, although it felt a bit precarious, with the tower swaying in the strong wind. Our first tower climbed in Prague! It would not be the last. We've been spending a bit too much recently, especially at dinner, so we decided to make use of our hostel's cooking facilities. After stocking up at the supermarket, we managed to create a tasty chorizo pasta meal. It was so good that we decided ...
Decisions, decisions. My travel plans originally had me going to Prague following MOTL, then to Amsterdam to visit the Heineken Factory (to meet the Heineken man) and perhaps visit a coffee shop, for research purposes only of course. Maybe see some tulips, and of course, visit the Anne Frank house.
But what about the rest of the MOTL? Maybe regrouping in Jerusalem for Israel Independence day was the route to go. Or what about visiting ...
I realized that no one has seen pictures of our flat. Here are a few pics. I can send more later. I will post a video soon showing the windows in the EU. For those of you that have used them you know what I mean. For those who don't know, the EU has these amazing windows that open 2 or even 3 different ways depending on what you want. They are superior windows imo (in my opinion). Ok, time to go by ...
... loud music and strobe lights blasted your senses for about ten minutes before your over stimulated brain accompanied your squished body out to the cool night air. Hmmmmm.... think we made the wrong choice. Still it's all an experience!
So we come to the end of this blog. Tomorrow our commute to Kelowna will take us 30 hours. The joy of flying with Aeroplan.
So where will our next journey take us???? I'm thinking Bhutan!