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... he got me to park in the driveway ('is this his house?! Where is the campground?') to a plug in the wall of his house, said 'electric', re-tied his robe and headed back to bed.
Dawn brought with it a heavy mist and the realisation that I had no idea how to get to Kracow or indeed how to make my needs known to the war-beard wearing, communist issue Polack that was running the show.
Enter the Todd.
So I'm mincing around the yard trying to work out ...
... We showed him our tickets and he then tried as best he could to explain our mistake. We had bought bus tickets for regional Prague, not City centre. Our tickets should have been 24k. We offered to pay the 6 difference on both tickets but he insisted he had to fine us. 800k each. (1600k is roughly $80 aud) with a sour taste in our mouth we exited the station ready to find the Prague castle. We walked across a bridge towards the castle. We found ourselves in a gorgeous garden with ...
... shops and seek a bit of shelter. We watched the astronomical clock chime and do it's thing on the hour before deciding the day was over, our legs and feet were saturated (we were drier in our rain jackets than people with umbrellas), hot food and hot drink and a tram back were in order! Saturday 3rd - this morning we headed into the centre, first thing we grabbed some hot chocolates as it was freezing today! Could of sworn we had gone back to winter in the uk! ...
... about going on a holiday (vacation) to other European countries. We talked about how difficult things are in this world and that I can not judge him for what he *must do to support his family. I did compliment him though on his desire to support his family. We traded contact info and I plan on bringing him this months Watchtower magazine on "what has God done for you" because he mentioned that he believes God is giving him this work to feed his ...
... Chaz and Gavan (Kansas), and Laurissa (Toronto) and then headed for the castle. Even though I like a good walk, we hopped on a tram to bring us right to the top. We got off the tram and headed into the castle. The day before the cathedral had closed at 3pm, and as it was 2:45pm we thought we were going to miss out. But for some reason on this day it was open until 4:30pm. It seems it's a different time every day. So we got some tickets and headed into St ...