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I just spent two days self-indulgently walking around parts of the Czech National art gallery, which is scattered between several buildings in Prague. It was great. and the photos in this blog are only a fraction of those I took. The first day was spent up on the Castle hill where two palaces hold Old world and Baroque art from Czechoslovakian artists and a fair scattering of European Masters. ...
... the street after dinner. Jayj broke her reader glasses and we were looking for new pair. More local vendors and booths. Hot candied almonds, fresh fried potato chips and hot honey wine. I will have to join the yoga pant craze if I'm not careful.
More walking, a cup of capuchino and cocoa (almost as good as Bruge Casey and Chelsey) and we were all ready for bed. I had been falling asleep at the table and now ...
... highlight of the walk was the St. Vitus Cathedral. Another architectural gothic church, we walked inside for a few minutes, again it was amazing. While at the entrance of Prague Caste, we got to experience the changing of the guards, not as big as Buckingham Palace, but still pretty cool. After walking around for over an hour, Colleen started to not feel well, so we made our way back, which was down hill, a lot easier than up hill. We ...
... As we did we saw a big shopping centre was attached so we strolled in there for a look. I found myself in h&m immediately. Again some more bargains! ( and some more weight in my bag). We got ourselves some money out of the ATM ready for the train. The tickets were 18k each for 30 minutes. There were a couple of options but none looked any different. We validated them and jumped on the train. When we got off at the station we were stopped by transport authority for a random ...
... as can be seen in the "right" of tribes to eat their enemies' flesh, and the “wrong” of those who stray within a marriage. As religion also differs, and each god’s desires and will reflect the beliefs of those within a society, it too can’t be the foundation of moral sentiment. So in a quest to become a good and right man, where do you start? Can there be any value in seeking objective truth if doing so alienates the person ...