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... to the tower, which is about $6.15AUS, with an extra 60 Czech koruna to get the lift, which is about $3.00AUS, so if you do the maths that's about $0.01AUS per step, so you can see why we paid the extra to get the lift. While we were up there, the tower was rocking back and forth with the strong winds, it has been quite windy in Prague the last 2 days. It was amazing up there, seeing all of Prague, I forgot to bring my other lens, so I wasn't able ...
... other. And that has to do a lot with the times, the technology, the awareness that goes around this world. I think I mentioned it before, but I feel like I'm on the (older) cusp of this huge transition going on around the world; that it's more of a community of like minded people than ever before. The news shows us a few regions in the world where things are f'ed up and ideas are very extreme, but I think more and more we can connect and find 'common ...
... page and they'll arrange you Entry/Exit paper which allows you to pick up visa upon arrival. I hope there will be no problem with this on our arrival :D
Good to know: this paper is processed for more people at once, so your personal info is shared with the other people on the paper... you can see at the photo :)
Ok, we have some document, the fan part will start at the airport.
See you at the next blog post,
We had a great time turning round on the roof and going down in the lift. I made friends with some Germans who are going to drive a Land Rover up to the north of England.
We drove on the motorway having got me a smart badge to say I could. Then across country that was lovely again.
We had lunch in me then they went up to a castle where Franz Ferdinand lived with his wife Sophie. ...
The weather was sunny and slightly cool.
We finally got a chance to sleep in today. Yah! We pretty much got ready, packed and checked out at 11am. Since our train to Budapest wasn't leaving until 3:40pm, we decided to just walk around the city. We headed to Wenceslas Square. St. Wenceslas is the patron saint of the city. His statue is at the top of the street. At bottom of the street were vendors selling local ...