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... come to a stop. Was that it? No worries I can just back track on foot if need be.
Then we started downhill.
Oh man. This is not ideal. Over the next fifteen minutes there were loads of places that could, maybe, have been what I was looking for but I held out for a more pronounced right angle turn. In the end I nailed it and I've never been happier to get off a Polish bus.
Earlier in the day the Todd asked me to call on him when I get back and we ...
... Ours was 300ck but some of the guys got charged 500ck and even 750ck! They serve these things called a boat here. They had them in Venice too. It's a plastic boat shaped thing that hold 6 bottles of red bull and a bottle of vodka in the middle. It all gets mixed up and everyone has a straw. I didn't get in on that, but I did when the one with OJ came out. Other guys sunk a few boats. It was a big ...
... toques to help keep us warm. Prague is a beautiful, old city with so many buildings and sights to see. Some highlights were the old gate to the city (Powder Gate), the astronomical clock at old town hall, and the bridge towers at Charles Bridge. We had a very nice lunch and continued to wander through the afternoon. We are now back at the hotel for a bit to warm up while James looks after the arrangements for ...
... The coordinator here will be leaving for 2 weeks and he asked me to study with 2 of his students while he is gone. I have met both of them and I am really looking forward to the studies. There are quite a few bible studies that attend the meetings. It is a VERY international congregation. Thats it for now. I hope you are all doing well. Feel free to face time us if you want to. Just make sure it's not 3am here... -__- ...
... a sense of what life was like here as you enter the city through the narrow archway and make your way along the ancient cobblestone streets (thankfully not on a bike this time!). The Romans built a fort here in AD 90 which was continuously added to and strengthened. From about 530 to the first half of the 13th Century it was the capital of Bavaria. Safe to say there were a lot of rich merchants and clergy in the area. There was a competition by ...