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... too much. It reminded me of back when I was 18 and you could smoke at the pub, your eyes would sting along with your clothes and hair stinking.
After a decent sleep in, Kitto was still keen to get her hands on one of those elusive pies. She had found ash's website with all the other locations selling his pies and had also emailed him, asking if we could buy a couple directly off him, to cook at the hostel, keen!
We set out on a wild goose ...
... the unlimited coffee!
This morning we jumped on the city tram for a ride up through the Lesser Town to the plateau above the city. We stop at the Strahov Monastery with its view of the city. The monastery was closed during the communist years, but has recently been returned to the same monastic order that originally occupied the area. There are several great brew pubs on the site, we fortify ourselves at one of them!
... has there been a more ripened apple ready for plucking.
Fortunately I’d been so far spared the ignominy of having something stolen, and in the interests of continuing my streak, I avoided Town Square wherever possible. But in this sense, Town Square was little like Rome; all roads led to it. For all my aimless wandering, I always ended up back there without noticing and needed to dart round a side street to get back to the safety of the city’s bowels once ...
... Leapt out of the way of speeding rush hour cyclists riding home after work. I really wanted to ride a bike in Berlin. Nice and flat, with good cycling oaths. But the rental stands here required an annual subscription! Turkish dinner from one of the many turkish take aways. Tomorrow to Dresden. 10/1/14 Train to Dresden early in the morning. We walked to the Hauptbahnhoff in Berlin, and were in Dresden well before lunch. Dresden has changed since John and I were ...
... It was a tiny park, but I did not have the proper clothes for hiking. This park was incredibly beautiful, it was almost fairytalesque in its beauty. This was also an educational experience because I learned that Czech people are often dark humored or indifferent to some things. Our Czech Guide Z was walking with us and told us that last semester, the spring group was walking through this park like we were. Suddenly a man jobs from a ...