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... did they know we come from the land of beer. With 5 guys and 3 girls we managed to take the lead in our Pub in about 45 minutes and then got up to 2nd in the country before leaving for an Irish pub to continue the nights festivities. This was the most fun that I have ever had at a pub and we couldn't stop talking about our plans to open something like that in the US. It was a great night celebrating with great friends and I was really happen to see some of the nightlife in ...
Tuesday 15th October
The lovely Marti met us at the apartment on the Tuesday, morning took us by the hand and placed us in front of the train to Prague - gave us a hug wiped our noses and sent us on our way north. (Anybody travelling to Budapest? - contact us - her apartment is absolutely amazing.)
Train travel is great - like sitting in a cafe - having all the work done elsewhere and, the getting from A to B, presented to you on a platter - sit ...
... edge of town... At three in the morning, it's a creepy place to be.
We were out late every night in Prague simply because there was so much to see and do. Thankfully, I had Henni on hand. She will be studying in Prague this upcoming academic year, and already knows the city quite well. She proved to be the best tour guide I've ever had; she had so much information to share. Henni knew all of the best places to go and when to see them for maximum ...
June 16th, Sunday
Today, we woke up and headed to an English mass on the opposite side of town. We found the church on our walk yesterday and it turned out to be a beautiful church that housed the original statue of the infant Jesus of Prague (he is holding up two fingers and wearing a red cloak in the statue). This was a beautiful Church and was undergoing construction to repair the alter. It was a rather short mass and we were able to stop at a local shop for a ...
... was good. It was a 45 minute monologue with lots of yelling... Then we all went to dinner and I found grilled vegetables for the first time, although they were covered in salt. All they eat here is meat and potatoes, which is cool for the first two days... Then we we to a tea house/hookah bar below Negin & Maegen's. Negin, Paul and Eman are all Persian and can speak Farsi and so was the tea house so we had fun trying to learn some Farsi words, so far I know Salom ...
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- Business Services
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