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... around the sides, three or four rows deep. At key moments in the service, those standing at the side knelt in prayer along with the main body of the congregation. In addition, there was a steady stream of tourists filing through the faithful. It struck me as a medieval scene, with the place divided between the pious, the pilgrims, the curious and the tourists. An extremely lengthy sermon was being delivered, and the congregation seemed sincerely attentive and engaged, even with ...
... her kindness . After a quick bite, they left us for a rest and then invited us around for dinner at 8pm at their place that night. The time was 4.30. All of us really didn't feel like going out - we were all so exhausted after our early morning rise and travelling ( travelling does exhaust you a great deal). We all decided we needed a lie down so down we all went, only to be jolted by the fear that we had completely. Issued ...
... was of the Salt Mines just out of Krakow. We took a two hour tour, had dinner 120 metres underground, and then took an optional tour of the underground museum - five hours in all.
Krakow had been a highlight of our travels. But it was decision-time again because we could see our time running out. We had planned to go to Prague and then to Berlin. Berlin was gone. What about Prague? We have about five days to spend in the Czech Republic. Is it better to spend it ...
... pay, I would have to get off the train and buy them at Maestro, the next station, and then get the next train. I asked her how long before the next train and she said half an hour. It was a no brainer. I wasn’t going to pay €100 extra so off we got … and so did she just to check we were off, and as I walked past her with her nose in the air, I said “are you sure I can’t buy the tickets cheaper on the train”. ...
We arrived in Padua on Monday afternoon, first impressions from the train station end of town were a bit disappointing, but fortunately as we got closer to our hotel at the other end (near the Basilica of St Anthony) the town become more appealing. Spent the afternoon on the "Great Laundry Hunt of Padua" to no avail. We were sent to ...