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... wish it will come true). We carried on to visit Prague castle and her gardens. On our way up the hill we spied a weird little cinnamon roll type thing and had to try it. If you ever see a Trdelník for sale, buy it, they are delicious. Prague castle wasn't so much a castle as we had come to know but it was cool in it's own right. There was an old guy leading a tour group of about 100 people that we snuck in front of to check out the cathedral. ...
Lidice was a small town 12 miles west of Prague that has some nasty history with Nazis. "Lidice is a village that was destroyed during WWII as retaliation for the assassination of Nazi Officer, Reinhard Heydrich" (from our itinerary and guide). We were led by an excellent tour guide (one of Charles University's professors, unfortunately he won't be my history prof this semester, I liked him) and he gave us the run down of what happened here, and why. Considering I am unable to ...
... where I can just feel if I'm going the wrong way or not. I can look at a map, then look at the roads around me and made a match. Occasionally I've walked out of bus or train stations and just gone in whichever way felt right. And it's worked. Although now I've said all this I fully expect to walk into a big piece of trouble some time soon.
I didn't care about the hostel when I found it, being far more interested in the blue Trabant estate parked outside. Used a promotional ...
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I wander into the museum and go to the desk to buy my ticket. I say "anglitski?" yeah....I know it's not spelled properly, but it means "English?". She looked up at me and replied "deutsch?" Just coming from Germany, I replied "Ja! Ein bitte!" (Yes! One please!). So I'm speaking German to communicate with the Czechs! I enter the museum and the docents came with the place when the communist handed the keys over. ...
... been world heritage listed. These houses date back to medieval times and were built when the river level was much lower than than it is currently. We viewed these older living quarters 8 metres below the current street level. They have been restored as close as possible to their presumed conditions, including water storage devices and heating cavities. We returned to the apartment for a late, long breakfast and some more domestic chores. In the ...