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... and exploited. Like a teenager entering the unfamiliar world of adulthood, it is a city that is in the midst of defining its own boundaries while concurrently maintaining its innocence and naiveté. What that means for a visitor to Prague is the chance to experience the best of both worlds that Europe has to offer and the opportunity to explore and understand its claim to fame as Central Europe's crown jewel. It's an opportunity that should not be dismissed and is one that we thoroughly ...
... port one day
Margó will not be waiting.
My heartache is a storm
... era posters and textbooks are explained and on display, and there are some moving videos from 1968 (the Prague Spring) and 1989 (the Velvet Revolution), which were actually taken from communist secret police files when they interviewed people that they had arrested during demonstrations. A subtle form of protest occurred during the communist era, called "trekking." Trekkers refused to participate in collective farms and industries, those pillars ...
From Brussels ... first breakfast wasn't great - non g/f and non soy! (Europe needs to catch up!)
Day two resulted in what is now commonly a 'driving day' - on the bus for 6 hours in 2 hour blocks. After crossing the border to Germany, we stopped for lunch at Boppard, a cute German village on the banks of the Rhine prior to our afternoon Rhine cruise (we had to sample the ...
... seen has been well maintained and spotlessly clean. Not only the tourist places but even the streets and sidewalks are clean and free from litter or graffiti.
First we stopped to see the St Vitus Cathedral. The story goes that construction started in the year 1344 when King John of Luxembourg decided that the city needed a larger church. Construction continued off and for nearly 6 centuries, stopping for the multitude of wars and economic down-turns. ...