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... will mean much to most of you but it does mean that now L will find it harder to make a business phone call to Australia at a convenient hour with the difference now being 8 hours to Queensland.the countryside quickly changes from the wide open spaces and dryish farmland of Lithuania to the lakes district of NE Poland. This part of Poland is really pretty with so many lakes and lush forest with pretty little villages dotted all around. The ...
... the hour when the clock chimes two doors at the top open and a procession of statues of the apostles appear in the openings. It is a main attraction as evidenced by the crowds of people that gather just below it each hour. This has been one of the greatest treasures of the city for over 600 years.
Also in the square is the Church of Our Lady before Tyn. Construction began in 1385. Legend has it that Tyn Church gave Walt Disney the inspiration ...
... similar build, height, looks, glasses. I started calling him Czech Cale to Colleen. So Czech Cale took us to 3 mini beer breweries, where we tasted atleast 3 different beers at each stop, and also gave us some insight on Prague and it's history. I really enjoyed the evening, the beers was good, with each beer tasting a little different to the previous ones, plus enjoyed the conversations with Czech Cale, getting a greater understanding our how Czech ...
... br> We wanted to try some authentic Czech food (even though we weren't sure what the national Czech cuisine was), so amongst other things we ordered smoked pork knee and beef goulash with bread dumplings. Whilst waiting, we were given a bread basket. We checked if it was free, because Tijo had said some places put it on the table and charge you at the end after counting how many pieces of bread you ate. When it was confirmed to be free, we thought about what food we ...
... an outdoor patio which was covered from the drizzle and had heaters too. Arlene had a seafood salad and Alan had a pizza with capers and anchovies. We paid twice the regular rate due to the location, but it was better to do that then get cranky due to hunger. For dessert we had cassis gelato, which we love but can only find in Europe. We did a little shopping and Arlene got some apricot hand lotion and we looked in an interesting botanicals store and a tiny little antique / ...