Hotel Casa 400
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Tue Jul 22 - Thu Jul 24
-redeye out of Maui. Little to no sleep as expected. 35 minute plane change in LAX then on to MSP. got some sleep on that plane, so the chosen routing worked out well. 2.5 hour wait in MSP then on to AMS. Got decent sleep on this flight so we arrived in reasonable shape …
... we went back to Malve's house to see if our train tickets had been printed correctly. I had purchased the tickets online before we left as a print at home option and didn't realize that they needed to be printed on special paper. The train requires A4 paper, which is quite close to standard letter size here. It's slightly longer and narrower. The dimensions don't seen different, but you definitely notice it when ...
... This evening we had a welcome dinner for our group.......32 Aussies!! We've probably met only half of them so far. If this blog doesn't make sense tonight it's because they give you two glasses of wine!! The food was great....all finger food served as a buffet....my kind of food! The weather is very mild and quite warm in the sun. Better get to bed....another early start ...
... it was located around the corner from the local farmers' market that opened everyday except Sunday. It was a treat to wander down each morning to get fresh breads and baked goods, cheese, fruits and veggies, and there was even a stall that sold delicious hummus, baba ganoush and other dips.
We also decided that we didn't want to drive in the city but preferred to get around like the locals, and rented sturdy orange bicycles for each ...
... been absolutely hilarious (some we've fallen asleep!) We also spent 2 days in Munich before Prague which was absolutely lovely and we both agreed we would go back. We did a bike tour (big up Mikes bikes!) which involved visiting all the sights, (quick fun fact: all of the government buildings in Germany which have been rebuilt since World War 2 have been designed with floor to ceiling windows, symbolising a transparent government - despite the fact all ...