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... so quiet! And we were actually able to walk around and look at things! The stalls weren't that varied, just trdelnik (the rolls of dough), crisps, small wooden magnets, iron bells and wooden Angels. That was about it! Not as good as the Munich markets. Obviously it's more of a German thing. I've never had chestnuts before! So I bought a bag from one of the stalls, 50 czk for a small bag. They were nice and warm to hold, out in the freezing night air. Not so nice to ...
... peoples. Back in the castle quarter, we visited a city park where a temporary display told about the evacuation of 700 Jewish children out of Prague to England in 1939. This evacuation was promoted by Sir Nicholas Winton and this display chronicles the lives of many of the children. Finally we walked across the Charles Bridge, Charles Street, Old Town Square. We took food & drink into a park area before heading ...
... parent's expectations or our own expectations.We have families,children-the joy of our lives..We have friends,boyfriends and girlfriends,husbands,wives,lovers.Secre t crushes. Yet something inside of us wants to play.Wants to feel free.Wants ,like a child,a connection.Connection with ourselves and the others. Tango gives you that.You can play with it.Of course there are different levels and paths, techniques,exercises,teachers yet the thought applies ...
... our bags properly so we are ready to leave early in the morning.
Alarm set for 5am!
Remember this is a holiday!
We are heading by train to Ljubljana in Slovakia on our way down to Croatia.
Fruit juice anyone? - Each green barrel had a different juice apple, carrot, Beetroot, green grass etc.
Sausage anyone - One of the chillers at one of the food market stalls. How they sorted through them to find xyz or the abc sausage is hard to imagine.
... food of vegetables, roast meat and salads something we were all missing! The guide tried to teach a few words, it is probably the hardest language to learn a few words in and we all failed miserably! Once we finished the tour the guide took us to our next destination we were all crowded on a tram whig made for an interesting experience especially when we all got off at the wrong stop! Our next tour was in the bunkers built into the hill's during the 40's to provide safety for ...