Alea Apartments House
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... available in town. We all decided to find the last pub on the list, that sold these damn pies.
A bit of a walk and we finally came to the doors of the place. Out the front was a big sign "Aussie meat pies", with our fingers crossed we approached the counter and asked
"Do you have any pies left?"
"Yes, About 10, but only two flavours" that was good enough for us.
Us three Aussies ordered straight away. I don't know if ...
... boom occurred from 1940-1945. We ended the tour at the ugliest building in Prague built by the Communists as a sign of progress and innovation. Or something. It is just ugly and stands out when compared to the unique architecture surrounding it. The ugly building is an Intercontinental hotel! Across the street, the KGB had offices to keep track of the guests there! When I least expect history, it flashes before my eyes! I walked around the Jewish quarter and immediately ...
I had attended the ICM Congress in Durban, South Africa in 2011 and had found it to be an amazingly moving and almost spiritual experience. It had affirmed my belief, not only in the power of women, but also in the value of midwives and the difference that excellent midwifery care can and should make to women worldwide. I had determined on my return that I would, wherever possible, attend future congresses. In 2011 ...
... before finally ending up at the Lobkowicz Palace for lunch. Lunch was excellent and very reasonably priced for where we ate.
... paparazzi following some young supposedly famous man that I didn't recognize. It made for interesting people watching though as they wandered through the market. Then there are the markets selling everything from take out ethnic foods (read: sausages and potatoe something or others with, of course, beer) to clothing and handicrafts. Then you turn a corner and you are in the high end shopping area. Then you are back to narrow streets with twisty turns. It's ...