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... of the canal building. Apparently the damage to the castle was terminal as we could see no sign of it anywhere around. Just downstream of the falls is a lovely brick 6 or 7 arch bridge:A couple of the smaller town centres that we passed through had lovely old wooden buildings, similar to Russian ones. Of these buildings some had been restored while others were in a sad state of disrepair.We went on to Liepaja: This was once a big military ...
... they were so beautiful.
Later on, whilst sitting in the castle grounds minding our own business, a random guy came up to us with the cheesiest chat up line in the world which was: 'nice view', which we responded with 'yeah it's beautiful' to which he came out with, 'oh, I was talking about you two!' - absolute cringe! I think the funniest part of this though is that when he came up to us I was being a muppet and had my sunglasses on upside down and looked like a complete ...
... information boards that explained the history of the square. It has always been used for public parades of celebration and protest, plus at one time had all the elegant shops and hotels. It was a very busy, beating hub of Prague The old regime tried to limit how the square could be used such as having planter boxes that were anti tank boxes and taking away the tram lines, it used to be a major junction. The old regime used the square a lot in the 50 and 60 for ...
"High up in the sky on a lonely weather eye
And I was caught in your terminal wind
I tried to recognise the plausible surprise
but I was caught in the laughter and the happiness of sin.
Stoned in a glasshouse, thrown to the water
where the crooks and the immigrants live
I asked the universe 'cause the universe says yes
but have I ruined every chance that I get?
... my favourite things about train travel. That spike in BP that comes with getting off your train with two minutes left before departure. On to the crammed Second Class Car 258, and what do you know? Two seats! Those must be ours! Two nice young ladies from Glasgow assured us that we were on the right car. Right? Well, partially. Another nice young non-English speaking man happened along to say we were in his seats. Oops! There are the seat ...