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... to see, and it was very impressive.
I went to the Cathedral of the Assumption only because it is the oldest cathedral in middle Europe (founded in 1142), but it wasn’t very impressive to see. I spent a little bit of time there and then went into the old town. I walked around the city for a bit and checked out the Cathedral of St. Barbara, but again, it wasn’t that impressive. The outside of the building was pretty nice looking, ...
... train we ate breakfast, left over bread that we took from the restaurant last night. It was freezing, every bit of me shivered. Dave's been sick too. Since we left Germany, the days are getting colder and colder and we do not have warm enough clothing to suffice. Seeing snow on the houses and on the ground from the train to Austria, we knew its getting cold, really cold.
The only musical I haven't fallen asleep in: The Sound of Music
We have entered the ...
... tram to their house in a Communist era complex of massive block apartments was a different view of the city. His parents had been operatic singers. His father died a few years ago but I was directed to some of his recordings on YouTube. His mother gave me a CD of her work. Then she shared living with the presence of his absence. We sat around the table singing "hashiveinu" (her voice far more beautiful than mine) and I learned still more stories of the past (the ...
... looks like it will be fine so we decided to do a
tour of the Prague Castle, on of the major tourist attractions of the Czech Republic.
Prague tram system was a bit difficult to unravel, so we opted for a taxi up
to the castle. Julie thinks we got done over by the taxi driver - he
charged us about $20 bucks for a 10 minute ride. Probably cheap by
Australian standards, but by Czech standards, we think we got taken.
... street reminiscent of the French capital. There are lots of tours about.
To the old Jewish quarter, just one street, Red Blood, left from medieval times. I pointed out only 23 crowns to the euro at an exchange in the Jewish quarter, Arjan quipping 'what did you expect?'.
Over to Charles Bridge where the girls all left with nary a bye, others also joining/leaving. Karla noted for the one statue [on the L] if you touch the dog you will have a good ...
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