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... The bus tour was good, but the leader was hard to hear and understand and she really moved through some of the walking parts of the tour very quickly.
We made a stop at an old cemetery and walked among the tomb stones and mausoleums.
... people in the country became poor or bankrupt.
Our guide still had her history book from high school. The chapters covering World War II detailed the Russians historic fight against Germany and how their troops were able to liberate Europe. The only mention of the Allied contribution to the war was one sentence: "The western powers invaded Normandy late in the war."
It is also interesting to hear the local take on ...
... a look. The interior is divided into 4 rooms, the walls being made of large flat stones placed upright and some dry stone pieces of wall. There is a roof also of large flat stones and the whole thing is covered in soil. Some bone had been found in this barrow showing that the bodies of humans had been placed there. Whilst some had been cremated others had not.
In a popular picnic spot that is also a high point and overlooks the Severn valley we ...
... that this was the first time I'd ever been in an actual castle. So much history in the making!
Week 2 and 3 and 4 came and went as we visited a tower near the center of Prague ("The Powder Tower"). I walk by this tower nearly every day now, but at the time I had no idea where we were within the city. And this is another great thing about Prague that a city like DC just doesn't give: you get amazing views of the areas in so many different parts of the city. ...
... Switching roles, we decided to head out and enjoy the morning sun, visiting the Dancing House and the Jewish Quarters. Reminded us again of how much we didn't know and therefore why we must go back! (Aided by touching a monk, which ensures our return.)
We also latched onto a fascinating free tour guide (much more like it!) and were saddened that we didn't have time to stay. A little while ...