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... thought might be worth a look and they had some lovely punnets of mixed berries for 4 Euro (about $6.50) which was a pretty good deal so I purchased one. 12 Euro later (nearly $20!!) I had my punnet of mixed berries ….. huh??? Dang it!!
Ten hours after we started out this morning we were back home eating rolls for dinner as we were too tired to cook. Kudos to the kids who scootered their way around for a good part of the ten hours – not a bad ...
... taking pictures was prohibited completely. A sour faced German woman approached him and said with unnecessary venom, 'Can you not read? It says no photos!’ I was taken aback by her rudeness but Mattijs wasn’t going to go down without a fight and pointed out the sign and said there was no issue. She seemed to think there was and said a tour group had been thrown out earlier for taking photographs. Either way, we were unimpressed and decided to leave her ...
... E-books and made our plans to get to the central station with plenty of time. It's not usually simple so we were up,early yet again, creaking down the stairs, yet again, and successfully caught the local train into central and found ourselves with oodles of time!! But we know by now that you are not away until you are sitting on the train and something didn't seem right. We couldn't understand any of the announcements, ...
... trust us,
we’re not. Walking up that hill had us both sweating and feeling very hot). The
castle originated in 880CE, before being turned into the current stone building
in the early 1000s. Many saints lived/ruled here, including Wenceslas, who is
mentioned in one of my favourite Christmas carols! In the museum section we saw
artefacts from BCE (mostly cracked jugs etc.) through to rulers’ clothes they
were buried in from 1000 ...
... 8217; manner. It was pretty creepy, with a bone chandelier, bone coat of arms and a bone cross among some of the designs. As we walked around it just got creepier and we started to feel that the arrangement of human remains in such a manner was more than a little disrespectful to the dead. We didn’t stay long thankfully, before we got back on the bus (more shouting by the driver) and headed over to the other side of town and the Church of St. Barbara, one of the ...