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... city, the river, and the castle. It was really more of a nightclub, flashy lights, music blaring, but we met a very nice couple from Chicago who were taking a Viking cruise from Nuremberg to Paris. After a Cosmo for me,and a Mojito for Jim, we headed back to our room for our last night in Prague. Wish we had a few more days, so much to ...
... minute purchases, we headed back to the station to board our train. We traveled for 5 hours to reach Munich and then just over 12 hours to reach Venice on a night train. We slept in a bunk room with 4 other people...quite an interesting and cramped experience. When we reached Venice the next morning we were very happy to be with Jenna's family and to have time to ...
... there were subtitles detailing each shipment of Jews from Terezin to other camps in the east. Things like "Train AA - Auschwitz Thursday 15th January. 1623 Jews, 4 survivors". Over and over again with different figures for the different trainloads. As the end of the war approached, the figures started to increase pretty rapidly as the nazis tried to speed up the process - horrible. Another section that hit home was the children's art section - with captions such as ...
... rooms where not ready until 2PM. I immediately spotted an Indian Restaurant in one of the brochures that seemed fairly close; Indian Jewell. We walked over and they were open for lunch. Dad kept saying he wasn't hungry until he realized we were having Indian food and his eyes lit up. We had dahl soup, vegetable briyahni, aloo gobi and chicken makhni for myself. It was very good but unfortunately they were out of samosas. We ...
... do NOT have the right of way, and the drivers will only stop at the last possible moment. You learn to use the cross walks and actually look both ways here, just like mommy taught us ha ha.
I am only 3 days into the Czech intensive course that is 9 days long of 5 hours each day, but so far it is going pretty well. It is very similar to Croatian so that definitely helps me with the pronunciation as well as the recognition of words and the numbers are ...
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