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... was delayed by wars and plagues but was finally completed in 1929. One of the highlights is the Art nouveau stained glass window by renowned Czech artist, Alfons Mucha depicting the lives of two Czech Heroes, Cyril and Methodius. Other notable features are the tomb of Saint John of Nepomuk with more than a ton of carved silver, a 1630 wood carved relief and tomb of St. Wenceslas - yes, the same 'Good King Wenceslas' we sing about in the Christmas carol, and we paid our ...
... Learnt that if you decide to carry on further it can have a destructive ending - you may click whilst dancing but in real life - who are you?We have nothing in common at all.
Learnt that projecting your expectations on someone else can have destructive ending as well.
Learnt that not expecting anything and just being is often what makes the milonga tick for me.
Learnt that I still have a lot to learn
... walked over the Charles bridge and was trying to find the bar when he heard a call from the street, "hey Vlad!!" And so Vlad found Ivan in the medieval bar, to which Ivan said, "I am in love! I have seen perfection and I don't even want to sully it". Ivan spoke of our barmaid, Daniella, who Vlad agreed was one of the most stunning girls he has ever seen. Ivan declared he was not ever moving, and since it was raining, Vlad and Ivan stayed and enjoyed the view. Vlad ...
... ice cream and more delicate. Well worth a try and likely to come to NZ some time, if they haven’t already.
The evening was devoted to dinner with David’s colleague Petr and two of his students, Tereza and Tomas who are planning on starting a PhD in the near future. We had a wonderful meal at a restaurant, called U Seminaristy, that we had visited with Petr on an earlier visit. Marion got the chance to eat ...
... t try to scoop and pat). View from the next lookout point was over the valley and rocky outcrops. All dusted with snow of course and looking stunning. A bit icy but again managed not to fall on derrières. Awesome work.
Light was starting to fade so we headed back down towards the car and found our snowball maker Ivana busily constructing a snowman for her Aussie friends. He ended up very stylish looking with Nick’s beanie and glasses and ...