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Sorry for no new entry since our computer was hacked by our backpack thief. Somehow he even changed our TravelPod password so we established a new account.
Most of the catch up will be done by the photos we've added.
We have a great apartment on Prague with a huge bathroom.
Took a Context walking tour of Prague today.
Concert last night in St. Nicholas church and tonight at the National Museum.
Great weather, great time.
Barbara & David
... a walking tour of the Old and New Towns. It's overcast and a lot cooler. Starting at Wenceslas Square near the National Museum, not really a square but more a boulevard, we enjoy our first sights of Prague. This is where all things political stemmed. In 1969 there were protests against the communist government, 2 guys set themselves alight. Twenty years later in 1989, residents protested with the jangling of their keys to tell ...
... has bought another suitcase to bring all her 'stuff' home. The girl needs therapy. The next day started fairly early as we needed to be at the bus stop at 10am, Mary had been out with a friend the night before and got home at 3am so, she was feeling rather ordinary to say the least. The weather was glorious though and made the day much more enjoyable than the previous day. All in all Berlin was great, including the Eastside gallery which is just full ...
... to the castle, enabling us to leave the luggage there for most of the day. I chatted with a young couple with baby in pram on the tram and they suggested getting off earlier and walking to the castle through the park, which we did. The castle was absolutely magnificent, awe inspiring. After a couple of hours exploring only a small part of it we walked a different way back to the tram and noticed what seemed like a ...
... to some gay guys before I said I really needed to get on the train and Isaac stayed. None to say the tram left without Isaac. Back at the hostel we all regrouped and drank some more. We finished the night out at a club with some more dancing and drinking. Isaac lost us again and spent an hour or two outside the hostels front door as he forgot his keys and the entrance code. He had a big “whoopsie” moment, messaging the Durham girl and saying he wanted to have ...