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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 there are people who can surprise you with their dance and therefore we shouldn't make any assumptions.
Learnt that a refusal shouldn't be taken personally.
Learnt that tango is sacred.
Learnt that you can only do what you can do at the stage of your tango path.
Learnt that I really like when men suprise me in their dance
Learnt that what happens on a dancefloor is to stay on the dancefloor (in most cases, at ...
... 3pm the temperature just plunged. Sherree had all the bases covered but said that tomorrow she would wear the thermals. The Italians are the clothes horse champions and it not only the girls as the men look like peacocks. They really do standout in a crowd! Lots of fur and white and leather. Sherree and I again showed our discovering and pioneering spirit, although whilst lying prone in bed this evening Sherree admitted that ...
... slower pour. Its also nice because it doesnt give you that bloated feeling either!!
I had such a great time there!! Could be one of my favorite places!! I also touched a special part on the bridge that it is said if you do that you are bound to come back to Prague! I hope that is true!! I could spend more time here!!! After this i decided to head to Vienna!! Good thing Cody missed his bus so that i could have some company on the train! :)
... people, no matter where we are. I like to watch them interact with each other, learn about what their customs are, their work, and how they live. By simply sitting and observing, I tend to learn MUCH more than I could about the people than I could ever learn by reading........even though I only understand a few words of their languages.
A word of advice when you travel.....keep your eyes open. Pay attention. Never be so busy that ...