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... lunch next to our gate. The airport was extremely hot so we left our gate area in search of colder air. On our search we saw the gate had been changed to D56 where we went & found cooler air but no plane or gate agents. Jim went to the first gate agent to arrive to see about upgrading but she said she knew nothing about a Czech Air flight. Hmmmmm. Then Jim saw on the board that the gate had been changed to D50, the original gate. There was a mass exodus! We ...
... began to preach his reformist sermons that led to the pre-Reformation Hussite movement in the Czech lands, and continued on to see the places where 27 Hussites were punished for their "heresy" and where the Jesuit-led and Hapsburg-led re-Catholicization of the Czech lands took form.
Highlights of the tour included some beautiful Catholic AND Hussite churches, and the Klementinum, which was the Jesuit university in Prague and is now ...
... student educated in Houston, TX, Jan was determined to share the newly identifiable Czech palette with the rest of the world. He sure shared it with us. Our tour began with his father-in-law's 160-proof (yes, that's 80%25 alcohol) plum wine recipe. "A drunk customer is a happy customer", he explained. No argument there. The first stop along the simultaneously educational walking historical tour of the city was his favorite butcher shop where we were personally served possibly ...
... they left behind. Imagine how they must have felt.
So yeah, it is a drama which we portray through the dance. have you tried to translate some of the songs?
...........................Sea…Sea, brother of mine
Prague is a world city. What a city! Entering the central district of Prague is like walking into a three dimensional work of art... a visual feast of architecture and craziness and colour and cobble stones. I realized right away that one would never, ever, ever be able to take it all in.... for a moment I was even worried that I might miss something and I hadn't even started! For some reason, the first book I have chosen to travel with (on my iPad, no less!) is a ...