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Today started great. Actually got a good sleep, even though the mattress was like rock and the pillows were like marshmallows. Had breakfast and then a quick transfer to the airport and ready for the next leg. As I walked around trying to find my check-in counter, I started to see a build up of young girls looking in my direction. They all had cameras. I started to hear screams behind me. I turned to see like a million female teenagers running ...
... and they said it was so beautiful it should be lit up at night, but the country at the time was more concerned with feeding the citizens than lighting for churches. So Mick and the Stones got their stage lighting designer to design the cathedral lighting and pay for it all. Good on you Mick.
The communism museum was also interesting, as was the Beer Museum with 30 beers on tap. How did we choose? Well we kind of didn't, in that we tried 10 of them. They ...
... that I made it safely to the Bratislava station at 12.30am (three hours delay). My train cabin mates were very friendly and kind people, all of them Slovakian and open and friendly. It got me in the right mood for Bratislava so I'm all about resting and charging batteries to go out early tomorrow and explore this place. A few pictures of Prague and Czech Republic follow. Don't forget to add our email to the share updates by email link, to get the automated notifications on new entries. ...
Flew into Prague today. Flight from Dubai (30 degrees) was good. Arrived in Prague (12 degrees) and met our driver who was a great character and confirmed that paying for parking at airports is a rip off wherever you are, called the parking guy a "bandito", before kicking the ticket machine. Our hotel room is lovely and our first night here was fine. We can't wait to explore ...
... Dresden Germany, the three of us, with a few others, had to sit in the hallway of the cars (as seen in the photos), because the train was full. An attendant saw our misery and led us to the very front where a room of six seats was not being used, and we were able to sit in comfort for the rest of the journey.
After we departed the station, we found our hostel a ...
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