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... the idea though!! I had planned to do 2 walking tours tomorrow but as I had finished my itinerary for the day I decided to do one of the tours this afternoon. So to fill in an hour before it started I had lunch near where we were to meet. There wasn't very much on the menu for Vegetarians - actually there wasn't anything - so I ended up with a bowl of Tomato Soup which was so nice I had a second one! Of course I also had some French Fries with wonderful Mayonnaise! The ...
... located the former SS and Gestapo headquarters. Opened to the public in May 2010, it features a section of the Berlin Wall (adjacent to the Topography of Terror site) which is the longest segment of the outer wall. Below this wall is a wide excavated trench showing the original building and lined with photo presentations of the era. The trench and ...
... friends a chore) she has, nonetheless, come to appreciate the city more and more. She tells us that despite trying to resist the feeling she can't help but wanting to have children one day. Josie will make a fantastic mother because she is an incredible and caring person who managed to put up with Paul and I for the last four days. When I made the decision to come to this country I could never have imagined how incredible it would be to see old friends again. Lisa, Chris ...
... this time, Dvorak played the viola in the Cecilia Society. He played works by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Wagner. While in Prague, Dvorak was able to attend concerts playing works by Liszt conducted by Liszt himself. Dvorak left the school in 1859. He was second in his class. Early Adult Years: In the later summer months of 1859, Dvorak was hired to play viola in a small band, which later became the building blocks of the Provisional Theater Orchestra. When the ...
... the large cathedral more or less in the centre of the city, apart from being a drop of point for the yellow bus it was also a stop for the red bus, I guess both companies compete with each other travelling the same route. The second drop off was the Reichstag Building, and even with a circling staircase it was pretty impressive and easy for me to climb as long as I wasn’t in a hurry to reach the glass dome at the top, from then on it was mainly parks and gardens and ...