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- Airport Transportation
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... Siberia between 1941 and 1949. This was the Soviets, but why the hell did they send kids to Siberia? It is possible L supposes, that they worked with some resistance force as the children in France and Belgium did. Again, it’s not surprising these people hate the Russians and they are none too fond of the Germans either despite being in the EU and now in the Eurozone. By the time we left Riga so had the rain. It was hot and sunny again when ...
... streets were much more"Foreign" - it felt like being abroad rather than like being in any random city, if that makes sense... We weren't sure as to where we were, so decided to follow a group on a guided tour to help us get to somewhere interesting. They weren't an English speaking group so we were not too sure as to where we had ended up, other than that it was a bridge...we spent the entire time on the bridge not knowing whether ...
... statue through the lady's legs. So if anyone felt the want or need to relive their birth, they can come back and climb into and out of the lady later. Friendly reminder to come out head first.
6) The deer moat near Prague castle - it looks nice now, but it's used to be where deers were hunted back in the old days. When winter came around, I think Tijo said it was the royals or maybe the Ruler at the time who didn't want to go out and hunt deer because it was too ...
No rush this morning as we were all on our own, so we left the hotel around 10:30. We got on the metro (subway) at the stop close to our hotel, went three stops on the C line, transferred to the B line, two stops later got off and boarded the #22 tram, three stops later got off and boarded the funicular railway to the top of Petrin Hill. When we got there we took the tiny elevator to the top of the observation tower, which is ...
... through several Catholic services delivered in English, I must extend mad props to these three for enduring this kind of cultural "experience"; may God forgive me. Prague also lays claim to over 70 theaters of the arts and was once the favorite place to perform for Mozart himself. Knowing this, along with the city's reputation for abstract-thinking, we decided it was imperative to attend an "outside-the-box" performance of some sort. The show that we decided on, titled ...