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... packs were swept up, we managed to board the train fairly quickly (by now we know to be ready to get on the second the train arrives) and then stopped dead as the people ahead of us in the line took forever to work out where they wanted to sit, checked their tickets for seat numbers (even though it’s not assigned seating) and basically ****** about. The line inched forward and somehow, we found ourselves faced with an empty cabin. Score! Quick as flash we dashed ...
... paper work to prove we were flying from CDG to Prague at 8.40am on the 27th June. He could see that but he shrugged his shoulders and basically said, "tell someone who cares and stop wasting my time". He sent us around the corner to the Smartwings Desk and we found a lady there and she repeated what he said. " no such flight today".
We were absolutely blown away and couldn't believe it. She said to go across to Terminal 2. We would need to buy brand new tickets ...
... and a Caesar salad with chicken - mistake. The dumplings were delicious but five of them with sauerkraut was definitely a full meal - and then the huge Caesar salad with chicken arrived. I definitely did not clean my plates. When we got back to the hotel we took the iPad down to the lobby to get a WiFi signal to send the blog and check email. Krista also did 'FaceTime' with Gail MacFarlane in Nova Scotia and Joanna in BC. Technology has certainly made the world ...
... The coordinator here will be leaving for 2 weeks and he asked me to study with 2 of his students while he is gone. I have met both of them and I am really looking forward to the studies. There are quite a few bible studies that attend the meetings. It is a VERY international congregation. Thats it for now. I hope you are all doing well. Feel free to face time us if you want to. Just make sure it's not 3am here... -__- ...
... square. Its one of those places where everyone knows each other. It was low season for tourists to visit the castle so there were mostly locals walking about. We found a nice cozy room in the village, and I could see the castle from the window if I peaked my head around. I fell asleep for the next four hours since I didnt get much sleep the night before. We walked around town for a couple hours until the sun went down. We didnt go see the castle that first day, we wanted to ...