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We got back to our hotel and found some simple food, desert is one of the simple food choices and we enjoyed getting off our feet.
The next morning we got packed and got ready to start our cruise up the Elbe. The luggage ...
... commission but there is very small print (in Czech) that tells you the rate is only good for amounts over $10,000 US. Also, they list various rates for "buying" and "selling" various currencies. If you are confused by the sign and ask the rate, they just point to the sign and pretend not to speak your language.
2. Walking shoes without heels are a must. Everything from streets, to plazas, to sidewalks, are paved in cobblestones. ...
Not far away though is something much older, the stone avenue and stone circles of Avesbury. The avenue extends for a couple of kilometres, and the stone circles must have had quite a large circumference though only parts of them remain. Alongside them runs a dyke. It is quite deep and represents a great deal of work for whoever dug it using very primitive stone or iron tools. This is said to be about 5000 years old.
Once we got back ...
... lot of good people from a lot of different places in the world over the past 6 weeks, and I'm grateful for that.
At some point I intend to travel to nearby countries, though I don't know which yet. I will have to travel to Austria for my Visa, and I will probably visit Munich for Oktoberfest in a few weeks. Otherwise, though, I dunno! Maybe Switzerland? Romania? The UK?! Cardiff.
Until then, enjoy browsing through all the lovely pictures and videos below!
... Hilde takes directly to the heart of the old town. The beautiful river Vltava (the same on passes thru Prague) splits the town in half. The weather is beautiful and kayakers are launching in town and paddling downstream in the wide and fast moving river. The town of Cesky dates back more than 700 years to the 1300s. The large castle that overlooks the city was constructed in about 1302. Hilde tells us that the castle was popular with the ...