Happy Prague Apartments
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I think I have adjusted to the difference between Greece & Czech Republic. Greece is brash in its beauty. The scenery can be awe inspiring and a large majority of the young women have a unique beauty which they wear so well. And some of the men just make you weak at the knees!
In the Czech Republic the beauty is more subtle and …
We headed to old town first where our first stop was Powder Tower which was constructed in the 11th century as an entrance to the city and its gothic style was inspired by the Charles Bridge. It got its current name from its use to store gunpowder in the 17th century. Next we walked towards the river where we had a distant view of the massive metronome up on the hillside. We could also see Prague Castle up on an adjacent hill which we planned on exploring tomorrow as it was pretty high ...
... some stage she has my mirror asking is all OK, "yes all is fine" I say. Good follow me, I follow again. I sit and she washes my hair again and massages some oils into my hair. We return back to my cutting seat where she blow drys my hair, "you like ok" Do I like ! I could take her back to OZ right then ! Anyway I forgot to mention that last time I went to Leigh for a cut I paid A$25 To my lovely Lenna I paid the equivalent of A$16, but then I did tip better ...
Honestly, the most moving and impactful moment of the day happened right at the beginning as we were crossing the Charles Bridge to make our way to the Jewish Quarter -- the Ukrainian people of Prague marching over the Charles Bridge, all singing in loud and proud voice. Today is, apparently, Ukrainian Independence Day. You didn't need to speak the language to know what they were saying. ::tear:: The few photos posted capture the morning in the Jewish Quarter. The area ...
... read that Vyšehrad used to hold a castle although now just parts of the outer walls remain. We entered the park through a large and imposing archway we made our way directly up to the remains of the castle walls to check out the views over the Vltava River. We could see the bridges over the Vltava and the Prague Castle. We followed this with a leisurely walk around the perimeter past landscaped gardens, admiring the local architecture as we went. Our our way ...