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... playing the keyboard wearing a horse mask with a sign saying 'For an engagement ring'! We walked up the hill in the park opposite our apartment before dinner to see a beautiful view over Prague as the sun was getting low. Very nice:) There was also a really nice playground with some interesting swings and equipment. We cooked sausage, potato and pickled veggies for dinner. ...
... the museum where they found the names in small print of all the Jews who died during WW2 from Czechoslovakia. It filled 6 rooms. We then took a boat cruise on the Vitava River. The views were spectacular but the skies were overcast which really impacted the quality of the pictures. We had another great lunch outdoors. Then we ...
... leaving Austria and entering the Czech Republic, the road signage changes from German to Czech, so one can tell if we've crossed the border that way. Also, my phone changes coverage from the Austrian provider and starts roaming.
We arrived in time to take the tram up the hill to the castle, and then leisurely walked back down, taking in the sights along the way. Also dinner at a restaurant that violated all our dining guidelines: It had someone out on the sidewalk ...
... peoples remains, but he did explain that the Christian faith believes that once the soul leaves the body, what remains is not part of the journey to heaven. I did know this, but it's rather confronting to see the remains of 40 thousand people used in this way. The next stop was St. Barbara's Church, the walk to the church was so beautiful, just like a picture postcard. Again, no photo will ever do this place justice. The church itself was ...
... to. We found a man on the street who was born in Delaware, USA, moved to France at the age of 1 and then to Czech Republic. He spoke french, czech, and english. He was a nice 20 something young man and he was interested in what we had to say. We were with two sisters from the congregation, one who speaks Arabic, French, and English, and one who speaks Czech and English. They were able to engage him in a conversation and he is interested ...