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... generous of her.
It was all up and down very steep hills in Vysehred. Billy Goat Territory as Paul referred to it as.
We emailed Gabi around 7pm to see if she had heard about our bags. She had not heard so she rang the Airport for us and our bags were still in Paris!!! This didn't surprise us at all. They hadn't even left there yet.
48 hours since we had been asleep on top of Jetlag so we were not even able to function so we made the decision to ...
... it was a good thing to do and did so without any referendum or consultation with the populace. Interestingly, she went on to say that the separation was probably a good thing as the two areas were very different in many ways including economy and religion and most people are better off as a result. There are still a few remnants of the communist influence that lasted over 40 years here, but capitalism has begun to take hold as ...
... Giovanni. Though based mainly in Vienna, Mozart loved Prague and visa-versa. It is said that Don Giovanni received a half-hour standing ovation! Next we walked past the Municipal Building, a beautifully decorated multi-purpose building with every inch designed to fit the art nouveau style. The building has over six hundred rooms including the largest concert hall in Prague, home to the Prague Philharmonic. Next we came to a small church ...
... this we concluded our tour by watching a fire breathing dragon statue that is fold legend in Krakow. When the tour split up we headed back towards our home area, and ate at a tasty place and tried more pierogies and a really good local soup. We then walked back to our hostel , with a fifty percent chance of going out for the night. We hung out in the common room of the hostel trying to figure our way to Prague for tomorrow. We we were searching on the two provided desktop ...
Gregg had booked 7 day tour in Russia, flying out of Prague at 11.30 am Monday 1st July 2013. So we loaded up our VW people mover and set the Tom Tom for Prague Airport.
The 167 Km was to take us 2,5 hours, so to get Gregg to the airport on time we left Studniska Dolne about 6,30am.
The first 20 km or so was on what seemed to be a single lane, back blocks, forestry trail, but eventually we got onto an Auto Bahn through ...
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