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... in all of Europe and goes back to the early 15th century. There are about 12,000 tombstones, many ontop of each other but they say over 80,000 people are buried here. Many famous rabbis, writes musicians etc are here. One of the famous is one of Rabbi Low and he lived from 1512 to 1609. While we were walkin around and mark was showing Shira some of the tombstones a woman asked Mark some questions about the tombstones. We talked to her and she told us she ...
... water in this city, you will not be donating an arm and a leg to have a big night out. ...
... face planting into the ground. I help her up and there is blood everywhere. A try to get help from some Czech people but they don't understand. It's hard to create a hand gesture for 'old woman has fallen over and hurt herself?!'. I join yet another Sandemans tour. Czech Republic left Communism on 17th November 1989 and split peacefully from Slovakia in ...
... now it feels like another place. Lord please help me appreciate this place. I don't know if I'm going to come back. We said farewell to Radka and walked back to the restate we dined at last night. We both ordered something else. I ordered pork neck, cabbage with dumplings and bread. I was expecting a small arcing but this place is amazing. The food came our and the neck had no bones! It was all meat! Thank you Jesus! I was satisfied ...
... the timezone difference, to the sound of the streets outside my window, to the major makeover of my daily schedule in general, I just did not sleep soundly most nights. I actually went out and bought a nice pillow (my largest personal investment here yet) to try and remedy this, and I'm glad I did. I like my pillow.
The course itself was a quick 4 weeks. We had several assignments to do, and at times we were pretty confused as to what exactly needed to get ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility