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... face down to avoid both the guilt trip and shame brought by begging. This was different to Krakow as many beggers carried signs 'money for beer'. Older women pushing carts collecting rubbish and the homeless woken cruely in the morning reminded me of my blessings.
... little pension in a cute town square called Domazlice and off we went…! We arrived in a horrible industrial city, very dodgy looking and the address we had entered into the GPS was a block of flats from the communist era…. After some mime and lots of shrugging from a shopkeeper, we realised Domazlice is NOT A SUBURB OF PLZEN!! We were in a street with the same name in a completely ...
... disgruntled passengers we set on our way to Cecinice . Eventually we arrived long after we were supposed to be in Ceske Buduovice. Surely, she thought, (wrongly it appeared) that they would hold the train the other end. Anyway, once we arrived at the station so had all the other busses, a man got on and explained something in Czech and the bus closed its doors, head down a very narrow woodland path, chucked a u turn and set off. Slightly panicking, Beaver asked ...
... occupation finding that they were able to track US Stealth bombers during the Cold War.
It was so lovely eating in the courtyard that we decided to book in and stay the night, quite a luxury but how often do you get the chance to stay in a thousand year old Bohemian Castle with such a fascinating history.
Dinner in the baronial ...
The lovely city of Opava has a very small population and all of them were at the Christmas Markets on Friday evening. After a nice cup of punch we headed for the excellent underground venue Bar Jam where we were force-fed really lovely beer and vodka shots.
We thought that Saturday would be a busy shopping day to busk in the square but when we got there we saw a desolate sight!!!
So we went to Brno to try out the busking scene there. :)