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Day two In Prague has been mild and sunny and we have seen nearly all the highlights. Our four hour walking tour with a delightful Czech guide started at the Old Town Square at the Astronomical Clock with about 500 other milling tourists. The square is full of guides offering 'free' tours. They carry umbrellas to identify themselves and their tour. We were lucky that our tour was free and only had about 12 people.
... want to dance.Just dance.Carry on.Listen to the music.Feel the music,work on my foot work.Improve.For me.For me only.Those who see that-good.Those who don't-never mind. It is my dance and I want to enjoy it for the joy of it.Purely. Every time when in my life I wanted to give up something in the middle .I have,I am afraid.But I don't want to give up my dance. It is the treasure I carry within me and can pass on..my dancing,writing,talking about it. So..more tango for ...
... in the whole world, apparently. Gotta check the Guinness Book of World Records on that one. It was pretty friggin big though. Following that I walked in to the old town to the meeting spot for a walking tour. The tour took us mostly to places I had already been – Charles Bridge, the Lennon Wall – and featured a lot of silly myths and legends. It was good that it was run by a local, though. In the evening, we had pres and a picnic inside ...
... somehow always comforting. Now, after being exposed to hundreds of pages about the different flavours and effects, and when and how it should be drank, the world of tea has never seemed so vast and important.
2. My advice – have a picnic in Prague. Following our Czech dining experience, we took matters into our own hands and raided the supermarkets for our favourite foods. Choose your spot - maybe a park, a bench; for us it was ...
Prague. Once again a non stop train from Budapest - Prague. Winning. Unfortunately what was not so winning about the situation was the fact that the air conditioning was broken. Great, a 7 hour train ride, a very hot seven hour train ride, stuck in a compartment witch a coulple of smelly Hungarian men also choose our compartment as well as a hippie. Not ideal. We arrived at the hostel and headed out for dinner. We later met a guy from our room who had ...