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... city as the site of the Nuremburg Trials after WW2. It also has a beautiful city square where the famous Christmas markets are held. In the middle ages it was a walled city and the old walls were still evident. There are only small pockets of very old buildings in German cities due bombing during WW2. Prague seemed very dilapidated ... the results of many years under communist rule. (Our 70's built hotel was recently "renovated" and looked good on the surface, but the air ...
... we split off and Gary and I just strolled around the streets checking out the little laneways. Had a quick coffee stop before catching the bus back to the mainland. We had quite a bit of washing to do now, and luckily there is a laundrymat 10mins from the hotel so we packed all our stuff up and headed down there. 2 hours later we had clean washing again haha!! We headed to dinner at the beer hall the others went to last night, to get some food. Some of ...
... guy. The sky was a bit grey today and as we sat there is started to shower, then rain, we all dashed inside , it was a bit of mayhem, the poor staff were a bit flustered. Hmmmm gelato and sorbet yum. And espresso, yum. We thought we had better start back home and get ready for Row Venice, as we walked into the Piazza where we had lunch Steve stopped me and said "have a look where we are" I looked around and couldn't recognise anything .
Then we ...
... and I also spotted a mask that we wanted to add to our collection. We asked the store owner if a particular mask was available in black, and he said he didn't have any but if we waited 10 minutes he would make it up for us. So we waited. Isabelle loved waiting him make the mask. Now we have a beautiful mask and great story to share.
... met with disdain from the server, who said, "Speak to me in English."!
Venice was beautiful, with its architecture, foot bridges, narrow winding streets that lead to open areas called piazzas. It was nice to let the kids explore and run ahead, without the worry of vehicle traffic, as it is a pedestrian city. The water bus transportation, gondolas and water taxis are the alternatives to walking, but it we found that we could get from ...