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... exasperated, but in the end I think we got what we needed for a good Easter celebration breakfast.
Returning to the apartment, dad was asleep again (he was out most of the day), while the boys were hungry. We made spaghetti, played space beans, and then colored Easter eggs before going to bed. Dad woke up just before I went to bed, finally starting to look a little better, but didn't stay awake long. Tomorrow, we explore Prague.
... lunch, so we ate in the car, which I am sure didn't help anyone's mood. The drive then continued up higher into the mountains to the pass between Solvakia and the Czech Rebublic, where visibility was very limited, and the Slovak plows were very active (didn't see as many Czech plows). Except for the blizzard conditions, crossing the border was a let down - crossing the border in the US holds significantly more fanfare with large ...
Went to airport but to visit travelex. Heading towards Auschwitz and trying to keep of the highways, had lots of breaks and from the road. Went looking for a camp site but it was closed so found a very nice and friend hotel half way up the mountains. They only spoke Czech and Germany so with my best German ( a large beer or chips and mayo) I booked my self in ...
... contains a small chapel inside. The column is a UNESCO
listed world heritage site.
The city also has two cathedrals and a number of other very beautiful churches.
I also went into the Museum of Modern Art, which was brilliant, and free of
charge on the day I visited.
Olomouc is pronounced (Ol' a ' moots).
... mic shy that neither of us could come up with anything funny to which shames us both greatly. We did meet some funny characters and we stopped off for lunch at a little town thick as thieves. Its here where our funny and lovely guide who introduced herself as a Crozzy (Croatian Aussie) Anela is her name and she tells us in her strangely exotic accent that the people of eastern Europe find the word “cheap” as offensive. Which makes sense so we were told ...