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... bumping into your heels. Next time Arlene will need to hide the cane. Next stop duty free. I was all set to buy a a bottle of cognac when Arlene spotted the rack of small bottles so we ended up with a Jack Daniels and a Sapphire gin. Now we are in the lounge chowing down on free food and drink. We could get used to this. A relaxing flight on a KLM 747 to Amsterdam with a sleeper seat, complimentary noise cancelling headphones and ...
... before we came home for a rest. Tomorrow we catch a train to Vienna.
We have been staying near Wenceslas Square, where hundreds of thousands of people gathered in 1989 during the Velvet Revolution. Wenceslas was Duke of Bohemia from 921-935, and was assassinated by his brother Boleslav the Cruel. After his death, he (Wenceslas) was made king, and a ...
... Albert supermarket within 100 metres and adequate car-parking (definitely more adequate than central Prague).
But, you have to like your neighbours, their sleeping and ablution patterns and their favorite television shows. Ok, I'll admit that it's not quite that bad, but on the whole ... well I haven't found anyone yet who wouldn't choose a superior option if they could afford it. I think I'll be able to cope for three months.
Is that enough for round one?
... was actually a tribute to how communism wastes people away, and it had a man progressively degrading as he moved up the hill. From the road it basically looked like a zombie invasion, and in the fog and rain, it really freaked me out.
Praha also has some great art too. The Czech artist Mucha is everywhere on posters and in shops, and I fell in love with his art. It was wonderful to be able to experience an artist for the first time and immediately be able to visit ...
... little shops.. however you couldn't really take your eyes off the ground as the stones were super slippery!!! We learnt all about the symbols above the doors however, it was really hard to hear Charka at times because she just had a little hand-held speaker for all 50 of us to hear... so I missed a fair bit of the history!
We then passed down in front of the John Lennon wall. I love the fact that John Lennon never actually visited Prague.. but it's a wall where ...