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... I leave Budweis today. I did not visit the Budwiser Brewery because I've seen the Pilsener Urquell Brewery in Plzeň, and I think one is enough. They all look the same^^ But I went to other event and places as you can see on the pictures. So last week and this week I've seen almost everything here and I really had the best time of my trip =)) Today I will continue to a farm east ...
Our last travel day (not including tomorrow's long flight home) began at 8:30 after breakfast at the hotel in Prague.
Not too much to report here.
We stopped for a break at the town of Tabor, Czech Republic, where we had about 45 minutes to stretch our legs and grab a coffee. Our last chance to get rid of our Czech Crowns (Money).
From there we completed our trip back to Vienna, Austria, with a stop for lunch along the way.
... to visit him. What a wonderful little town. Kate treated us to poppy seed pastry-thingy Which was delicious. (Didn't go on a trip!) What I have enjoyed about travelling with Trafalgar is that they give you insider information, They use local guides, take you to hidden treasures, showing you things that you would not normally find unless you had an insiders knowledge of the ...
... looked different and the houses too. We stopped at a very old town in a big bend of the river. There was an amazing bridge held up by three layers of arches. A beautiful painted tower was on top of a big castle with bears in the moat. Even though we have seen lots of amazing things I was still stunned by this beautiful place.
When we arrived at the hotel I was put in a lift and taken up to the ...
... latched onto a late nineteenth pseudoscientific thread which investigated the notion of how "selective breeding" can improve the quality of humanity. There is a wealth of literature on display showing the intellectual development of what came to be known as eugenics. Which is where the Old Edwardian comes in. Francis Galton was the founding father of the whole eugenic movement, so he can probably be credited with getting the ball rolling on the road to Nazi mass murder. And it all ...