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... a message from the Celine Aub girl I'd added the previous night. I'd sent her a message to ask if she was the same girl I would be renting with in Lyon and said that I was adding her so we could be friends and get to know each other. Anyway, she wrote back and said that I had to be careful and that the rental thing was a scam, and that it's been happening to her for the past two years now and they are scamming people for money. In the back of my mind I suspected it, ...
... accessible here. While many theatres post doormen out front to market their shows, church box offices list all the area's options, so patrons can choose what they want to see by venue, by performers, by musical selection or by instrument, then pay a fair price. Online box offices offer the same extensive search options and often offer a deeper discount for purchasing online. We joined the dots between ticket pick-up and concert start time with long ...
... off first (yay student loans!).
Today was much better than the past few have been as far as weather. Though it was still fairly chilly, the lack of rain was much appreciated, not only for walking around but also for the residents of Prague with the flood. Though it has stopped raining, water is still rising and there were some streets that we passed that were sand-bagged in anticipation of flood waters topping the floodgates. Hopefully that does ...
... that are visible & about 100,000 total burials at this site!
Apparently the Jewish community in Prague in slowly dying out - as the majority of people still practicing the faith are older. Its very hard to be a young Jewish person here as there is only 1 Kosher store in the whole city so it has a monopoly on the market & the prices are outrageous. Trying to live & practive a faith in one of the most photographed areas of the ...
... this gorgeous capital is overrun by holiday makers and stag do's. It's stunning cobbled streets ooze idiots like bacteria. You cannot move in some sections. I feel the pain of the inhabitants. I feel dirty for just being here.
Nonetheless the tourist thing must be done, but I make a point of insisting I'm not going to take any pictures as a show of defiance against the snap happy masses. Katty chimes that I'm ...
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