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... card with one of the providers there was going to be painful. And my Danish card was still playing up and I had still some credit on it. Damn it! We also found a great Italian Fromagerie (Cheese Shop). Yum yum yum. Smell, yum. Real bread - with no caraway seeds! Yummy sauces, pasta, etc etc. No cheddar but smelled great. We were advised to come back the next morning for one of their stronger cheeses they had coming in! ...
With hungover backpackers and University students from England, Holland and Germany to well dressed young Italian families and couples of all ages it's hard to distinguish so many languages.
Where the heck are all these people coming from? Since 01 January 1993 when the Czech ...
... 0.5 L
of beer here costs 2$ and in Berlin it was at least 5$. The beer here is
just as good if not better than Berlin as well. The food is similar as
far as the cost as well.
Almost all the buildings here are really old, and most of
the them have some sort of history. Some are hundreds of years old and
the cobblestone ...
... have seen the look on my face and realised that I wasn’t ...
... to go on today! Eventually we headed home, festival hat in tow.
After printing all the boarding passes and hostel reservations off, Dad and i headed to the airport to meet Mum who was coming back from a flight from Portugal. Sitting in Cafe Nero and the first thing Mum comes out with is all the information i had JUST told Dad. That i had my reservations, spare change in every currency, an itinerary for them to keep etc. etc.