Travel Blogs from Prague
... good. She seemed to have simply memorized an English script and couldn't answer any of the most simple questions. I'm not sure she even spoke English. She had a very matter-of-fact was of delivering information that was very dry. It's hard for me to imagine what it's like to talk about such a subject day after day, but I like to think I would not have done it the same way as her if I were in her position. There were many situations when we were ...
... train station and caught the overnighter to Amsterdam from there. Though we passed through Dresden and Berlin, I didn’t have time to see either and they join the list of ‘places for next time’. After leaving Prague I chatted for a while to two Melbournites I’d met in the station, then I settled in for the night, disturbed several times by others coming into my previously empty compartment and depriving me of a three-seat ...
... about how I can make my next 23+ years as special and enjoyable as my last 23. So sadly I cannot be home with all of you to celebrate with, but I really am having a great time abroad and wish no other place to be besides here.
We heard many times before and during our trip to visit Prague. We never once got a clear reason why people loved it here, but now that we have seen it ourselves it makes sense. It just has a ...
... near a huge, sprawling roundabout from the Communist times. I check out the market, take a few pics, and board the subway to meet the crew for lunch in old town.
Old town hasn't been a favorite of mine. It is VERY crowded, sometimes shoulder to shoulder. It's very touristy, and very noisy....and not a type of noise I deal well with due to my hearing. Yes, there are historically significant things there.....but I didn't like it much. Wenceslas square wasn't as ...
... here, some memorized statistics there, but rarely an interesting analysis or a well-told story. This was reinforced by the leader of my tour through the Pilsen brewing plant who, having faithfully memorized everything the company told her to say, actually knew nothing about beer. And the guides I overheard leading groups through the Jewish synagogues and museums who actually knew nothing about Judaism. But perhaps I am over-critical here since, when it comes to Judaism and ...
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