Dolce Villa Hotel
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... tour at 6pm, so something to line the stomachs with. Everything in Prague is cheap, I had a $1.60AUS beer with lunch, photo attached. After lunch we went back to the room, to chill for a few hours before the beer tour. We experienced the Prague public transport system and after some technical difficulties and 4 trams, we got to our meeting destination finally. When we arrived, again we found it hard to find the person who was hosting the tour. No signs, ...
... Kutna Hora, an hour's train ride away. The Ossuary is a small Roman Catholic chapel, located beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints. The main reason for visiting is to see the skeletons of approximately 60,000 people, whose bones have been arranged to form decorations and furnishings for the chapel, including a giant chandelier. A bit odd, but very interesting!
After visiting the Ossuary and Chapel, we returned to Prague, and ...
... and beautiful embrace? Maybe, after all it also is the stamp they have marked from all the world. Yes, German. You. You are the cold fish. You are who you are, you have your past and that is it. Fullstop. Although I try to see myself as very liberate, freedom loving, peace making person I do have some conservative ideas and I do have issues with the 2nd world war and the horrible suffering and pain and cruelty, I do have some assumptions ...
'The need' started within minutes of us arriving on the Friday afternoon and thus it was that getting close to midnight, with probably close to three litres of beer sloshing around inside me, I just had to call it a night. I was however, not even close to the top of the leaderboard where I'm sure the host was on at least number eight or nine and my friend was comfortably a full litre ahead of me. Interestingly though, was that no one was falling about ...
So we're in the month of August which means one thing and one thing only. IT'S ALMOST MY BIRTHDAY! (But not before Sophie's, big up sis! Happy 23rd, love/miss you etc) On Saturday we shall head for Prague. This is where we shall spend my 20th birthday. On a scale of 1-10 of excitement, I'd say I'm at about a 12. As my nearest and dearest are aware, I like to capitalise off my day of birth for at least the whole of August. Why not eh? After all, I did ...