Hotel U Krale Karla (King Charles)
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... or even blink their eyes as tourist after tourist crowded around to take pictures with them. Don reminded me they did have sunglasses on. Then we walked down hill and all over old town. We have walked the Jewish Quarter, I have been in my first synagogue, walked the famous Charles Bridge. We took a tour to Kunta Hora, a bone ossuary. A chapel decorated with bones over 40,000 individuals. Gruesome yes, but really interesting. ...
... not including to/from US), took 17 trains, 9 buses, countless trams and subways, heard 8 different languages (plus countless others from travelers and dialects), used 7 types of currency, slept in nearly 25 beds, spent time in over 30 locations, walked... my god... hundreds of miles, and took probably 4,000 pictures. I think I did well. I always said that certain places were my 'favorite', but really, they were just my favorite at the time for ...
... World War II. After Hitler fell and a second tyrant, Stalin, and Russia, took over there was still Prague, a gem in the crown of all eastern Europe. When Russia fell, the west was waiting at the gate to get at Prague. Now that the free market is in full swing, the old former East Bloc residences have been taken over and made into hotel rooms. Where did all the people go. They have moved out of the central city. But don't feel ...
... we moved all the passengers that were standing - (as I said train was chockers ) to move and the boys got our suitcases down and so we now were also blocking anyone from moving towards the exit, the we noticed a young girl had fainted and we figured that's it but luckily someone gave her some smelling salts she came round and the stewardess knew nothing. At last muenchen we pushed we shoved off the train with luggage and I made pathway down ...
... world with you, who will show you the sky and stars and even a rainbow and you will have goosebumps. The fact that it does not happen at every milonga I see as very positive since I always have something to look forward to. Someone to surprise me. Person I have not danced with for few weeks/months etc. may have changed. Improved. I may have changed. Yes, a tanguero from Buenos Aires (note that not all of the dancers from Bs As are the best dancers in the world, I had few ...