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... some good natured sass now too, generally focused on me being a 'dirty ANZAC' with my 'dirty ANZAC touch' (they meant my tendency to just hit the ball as hard as required rather than trying to accelerate it to speeds usually seen in the search for the HIggs boson).
Out comes the traditional Polish vodka.
Now I might not have been an excellent judge at this point but I was convinced this was the best vodka ever. It had literally no taste. No 'vodka ...
... down from the Eiffel Tower (a small replica) and we all settled into our table. The storm blew in; thunder, lightning, wind and rain. We drank Irish coffee and watched the storm.
The storm passed and we went on down the hill ready to attend the street celebration of the French Revolution. It reminded me of our farmers markets with about 3 rows of canapes set up. All of the vendors were from France with meats, cheeses ...
... us once again. Maybe it is because Julee made them enchiladas last time... -Sleepy, not sleepy "knock knock" "who's there?" "jet lag" "jet lag who? zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz" We slept in until 2pm yesterday. We just could not pull ourselves out of bed. First we were waking up at 4 am, now we can't get to sleep until around 2 am. Bizarre- Hopefully our bodies will be adjusted next week because I would like to start a ...
... was supposed to be returned to the rightful owners. Some of the people were in jail, left the country or had died. It must be a nightmare trying to right the wrongs done in the name of Communism. We also passed Strahov stadium. Completed in 1975, with a capacity of 220,000, it is the largest stadium in the world and is now a horrible huge hunk of crumbling concrete. The Russians wanted to showcase synchronized gymnastics on a massive scale ...
... thank goodness!! After lunch I went to the museum of communism whilst Sarah and Lisa shopped around. The museum wasn't as good as I was expecting. It was a lot if reading to do, and didn't really explain as much as I was wanting it to. I really needed a tour guide to explain as I went around. I met Sarah and Lisa afterwards, and they found out on their travels that there was no marionette show on that night... Sad face :( So ...