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... Perhaps she got to the poison bottle first.
Weather was brilliant. Sunny and warm, but in the hills there was a bit of haze. Back in Prague it is 21 degree in the shade outside the apartment and it is a very nice time of the day (6PM).
Still working on the pics. Unlike our time in the caravan we go out at night so I haven't had a lot of chance to get them on line.
... when you see the old cemetery that is now several meters above street level with tombs very close together and in weird positions, all because of the 12 layers or bodies buried there; that's all the space they had. It's also quite funny how this whole area, once the poorest, now is home of all the rich stores like Prada, Gucci, Rolex, etc. We them went to see the powder tower, the municipal building and the new town. We saw the square that was ...
... travelling, since my body was aching from all the milongas I have been to, I was just chilling with Veru and Andres in Montevideo. How much I miss those moments, can't even tell you.
I would like to drink more mate with a bombilla I got from our new friends, Helmer and Nati. But who knows what is gonna happen in 10 months time...?I don't.
I am also planning a trip to Berlin, to see the world known city full of architecture, art, street art, bohemian caffes ...
The Old Town Square was bustling with its Christmas Market preparing for the midday rush. I walked through the square, snapping pictures indiscriminately, and enjoying the warm sunny morning. As I walked through the crowd, I thought I heard someone call my name. I almost didn't turn to look, but then I saw Kim waving and walking towards me! She had been walking around the square, looking for a free walking tour. I had grabbed an advertisement ...
... Czech countryside and we saw evidence of more flooding in the fields and very swollen rivers.
On arrival at Karlstejn, we saw a van outside taking people to the castle for a small fee. This seemed a good idea as it was another hot day and the castle is up on the top of a high hill that would take us 30 minutes to wander down later.
The Karlstejn Castle was originally built by Charles IV who became the Holy ...