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... like "****, how did this even happen?"- at least that's what I did in Brighton. I guess it's mostly because I didn't really have time to plan and brag about going somewhere for months, like I always do. I had to get so much stuff done in the past two weeks and all I prepared was the ticket (and, you know, like a million imaginary conversations with the bands).
So my plan for this weekend is pretty basic-
Get to Hamburg and get off the train in the ...
Yesterday I had the day off, and it was quite the dramatic morning.
- Magda had to get ready for school, she was going to see the new Disney movie with her class in 3D and FREAKED out. I literally had to push her out the front door and shut it on the poor girl who was sobbing on the door step begging not to go because she was so scared... Of course when she came home she apologized because she absolutely loved ...
... alarm for 5.30am so we could have breakfast when it opened, catch the metro and be in the city centre for an 8am Segway start. A well oiled plan...all except for getting lost trying to find the starting point and when we finally reached the office it was closed. It was a nightmare to find and was not user friendly. We ventured down the windy streets and eventually found a guy on a ...
... went on for about 5 curtain calls. We remembered to pick up the umbrella ( note they do not let you keep coats etc with you - you must put them in cloakrooms) and got a taxi virtually as soon as we got outside. Back to the hotel. Sunday has to be a study day for Rachel so we had the day to ourselves.
Sunday May 18th
Sunday was again bleak and miserable. Rachel had told us of another of her favourite cafés and which stop to get off Muj Salvek Kava. Her directions, google ...
... wooden carts, drinking local beer and hot wine on randomly placed bar stalls. My lunch of hot honey wine and hot plum and a cinnamon crape was "out of this world, fantastic, best food I've ever eaten".
The other thing about Prague that isn't visible on first sight is what lay beneath. The city from before lies below the ground. In the 9th century the streets of Prague were purposely buried to prevent the flooding of the town. So the former level of the ...