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... rather easy to get a bit lost without a map. Very easy to cover a lot of features in a relatively small amount of time. Thanks Ros, the book is invaluable. Place is very busy and interesting with all the food stalls selling local delicacies, some worth eating, others look to be worth avoiding. Cannot get over how many eating establishments there are here, more than anywhere else we have been. Saturday 4th October A reasonably early start to get to ...
... of the most loyal Nazis, Reinhard Hendrich(?). He is also known as the Butcher of Prague. When he became the governor of Czech, he instantly began killing the highest level of society and the Jews. However, the Czech resistance was able to lay a trap and mortally wound him in the process. The Germans were outraged and wiped out an entire village in retaliation. I mean wiped out as in they killed everyone, razed it to the ground, and then deleted it from all maps. They ...
... and enjoy it. last night in Leipzig I saw this red haired woman.She was not a size zero young chick waving her skirt.She was thirty or forthy something,pear shaped but I could not keep my eyes off her she was the goddess of the night,dancing to every beat,feeling the music so much and enjoying her dances.She was shining from within. She represented for me the quintessential tango diva on a positive day. In BuenosAires I met few times this ...
... wallet was not up to being used for lunch!
We had a free afternoon (bonus ) so Simon started his 2nd book then went for a swim and Susan did what Susan enjoys doing in the afternoon. Prize for the first correct guess!
That night we had Folklore Show with Dinner so it was all aboard (2 bus loads) for a trip to a different part of town - we went past where some embassies are and flash old housing. The Russian Embassy is a huge complex - it was the Soviet Unions in communist ...
... sitting on chairs made of ice and drinking from glasses made of thick ice. I had a lot of fun even though we were only allowed in for 20 minutes. Twenty minutes was definitely plenty of time though, we were chilled to the bone by the time we got out.
Our next stop was a quick stop for dinner at the Doner shop across from our hostel and then a quick break in our hostel before venturing out for a taste of the night life in Prague. We had heard of ...