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... think. The last stop we had a sample board with a few things to eat. Then the night came to an end. We asked Czech Cale for a photo, but at the time he wasn't wearing his glasses, and thought it would be a lil weird asking him to put his glasses back on. Photo attached. We finished our beers and made our way back to our hotel. As we did, we walked through the main city square and took a few photos. Wasn't long after we got back to our room that we crashed ...
... her magic wand and booked us seats from Prague to Berlin, then overnight (in a 3 person room!) from Berlin to Paris, arriving at 9.30 am, in time to meet up with Lin to catch the train to Bayeux! What I found interesting was that she had her daughter sitting with her as she worked!
This meant we had all of 4 hours in Prague! We managed to squeeze all our luggage into the largest luggage locker and took off!
This was ...
... kept away any new blisters.
Later in the day, I tried something I have never done before. A beer spa. So there are spas where you sit in a bathtub and have beer ingredients in the water (barley, hops, yeast etc.) As well, there is a tap and beer mugs and you can drink as much beer as you want! Wow. Drinking in the bathtub. This can’t be dangerous, right?
So off I went to my bath. I did have couple of ...
... br> I think the next part was my favourite. The views across the river are great, and I loved the weirs, the locks, the boats and so on. We walked along the west bank and there weren't too many people about. We stopped at the Museum Kampa to read the story of "Winton's Trains".
From google - "Winton´s team realised the situation was so desperate, they decided to
falsify the visas, thus increasing the danger. In spite of all this, eight ...
... before Christmas we lingered in the excellent history museum which has archaeological records from the bronze age to the present about those who have settled on this hill. , We left the castle at sunset and I took a photo of the statue of Tomas Masaryk, first President of Czechoslovakia after WWI. He was a sociologist, philosopher and humanist, and Vaclav Havel, the first President of the Czech Republic after 40 years ...