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... 1:00 am and opens at 5:30 am) so I shared a cab with three friends to get back to my apartment. I find the taxis in Paris to be ridiculously expensive, but if you share with others it’s usually not too bad. That being said, don’t ever share with strangers (haven’t you seen Taken?) and make sure you have an idea of where you’re going so the cab driver doesn’t take the long way on purpose. That was travel tip #5. And that about sums up my experience in ...
... in 1787, where thousands of tomb stones lean on each other with an estimated 100,000 more piled in layers beneath. The whole experience was amazing- so well put together, we both came out a lot more educated in Jewish religious life and ritual burial practices we had no idea about before. (never been in a synagogue before either - John had to wear a small blue skull cap.) Lunch next - I had typical goulash and dumplings; John smoked pork and dumplings- delicious. Then ...
... Our hostel is on a beautiful street just ten minutes from the center, so we ventured out after a delicious dinner. I had perfect beer with a plate of deer, rabbit, and boar. Three animals on one plate? Ah, I can feel my testosterone levels rising! A short walk from the restaurant was a beautiful bridge that took us into the Old Town. We had no idea what we were looking at, but there was something fanciful ...
... also helps with our slow pace..
We arrived at our campsite which is in the back garden of a large house, there are a number of similar sites down the road, it is a nice site with ample space for us to stay for the 3 nights we booked.
Firstly we visited the Chateau, situated close to our campsite, working out another currency I believe it wasn't overly priced to get into so ...
... Prone to flooding, town was elevated 3-4 meters higher than what it was. The last flooding a few years ago decimated the zoo. A poor otter found himself all the way to Germany. The only survivors were the giraffes.
There was so much to see, steep in history:
Palace District, the biggest palace complex in Europe. From there, you get a stunning vista of Prague -- the spires, the bridges, the river, the orange-tiled rooftops, the ...