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... in dancing. All the effort..where is it? Turmoil.Complete mess in my head.Then it hit me hard. I secretly deep down was really dancing to steal a bit of a closeness.The tiny little moment of 12 minute closeness.But it doesn't work like that. Stealing is stealing. I am not a tango sponge.I want to share not steal.I started to feel light.That is it.I have been stealing and giving for sure.But what is the point of it.I want to mutually enjoy the dance..The ...
... segways?!?!) salesmen trying to sell us pub crawls as we walked through the main square. We originally were a bit hesitant about the whole idea, but ended up having the best time, and even meeting a fair few Aussies. Was a really great night, and we can now tick it off the to do list. We may be still recovering from the lack of sleep and travel the next day..... Haha That's enough for now we shall fill you in on Vienna in a few ...
... is also quite impressive. Almost as impressive as Cayle and my whispered rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody while we investigated the crypts. Afterwards, we wandered the pleasant grounds and hillside of the castle, then had a hearty dinner at a rundown pub.
Tuesday morning I hiked up a Vitkov Hill, near our hostel, to the statue of Jan Zizka on horseback. The statue, having a height of 9 metres and weighing almost 17 tonnes, is the biggest ...
... of being tourists.
I wanted to encourage my stranger to enjoy Prague off the beaten track. So I left the letter in the Old Town Square, typically the busiest area in the city. The letter focussed on the following:
1. My favourite place - an oriental inspired tea-room that we made a detour to one night. We hadn’t anticipated what we were about to walk into – I will never see tea in the simple way I once did: ...
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We arrived back at the flat after trekkin' up those 105 steps to get ready for our dinner and jazz night out at Cafe Mozart.
We arrived around 7:30, with the music starting at 8pm. What another great meal.
Back to the flat after walking home, stopping to take some night shots and ended the day, as usual with climbing the last 105 steps to the flat.