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... so confused at this point, you have no idea. I turned around properly and saw that they were literally standing two metres away from me. Tom and Caitlin were wearing the biggest grins on their faces whilst being attacked by Rachel-hugs. Then it was my turn to hug and kiss them, I was so excited that I cried for about half an hour hahaha. The most hilarious part was that everyone in the bar started screaming and rushing over to see Tom and Caitlin as well, probably thinking they ...
... city should be called a city of Restaurants they are tucked in every nook & cranny you can find, so deciding wasn't easy. Still we did decide & the location was lovely & peaceful away from the maddening crowds. This place is Packed to the eyeballs with THE TOURIST...... Guess it is what is driving their economy. After our lunch we wandered back to our hotel very weary from all the walking but very satisfied we had done our best to see the ...
Fabien and I walked to the main square after finishing in the Jewish district. Night had fallen, and the Christmas Market was alive with people. We each grabbed a cup of the hot wine, and strolled throughout the square, pausing to watch a street performer or listen to some music. Eventually we decided to find a restaurant that my guidebook suggested. One of the nice things about Prague is that it's a modern enough city to have street names printed ...
... the statue let go! The 400 year old hand of the man still hangs in the church to this day. It looks all black and mummified. So interesting and gross! It definitely looks like a real hand though.
Next stop, the Powder Tower and Municipal House, and the entrance of the Communist Museum to warm up a bit. Here Jana told us about her childhood under the communist regime, and how it changed when a new government came to power. We saw the Don Giovanni statue, as ...
... br> Basel Zoo published the first edition of the pygmy hippo Studbook in 1975 (the year I was born!), and have kept impeccable records ever since (would you expect anything less? These are the Swiss we are talking about). So my plan was to read all of the original pygmy hippo necropsy records from the beginning of time (some dated back to the 1960’s) and look at different causes of disease, illness, and death to see if there are any patterns, etc. ...