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... zoo animals and vice versa. It’s the craziest thing I have ever seen, really! The official animal of the city of Jihlava is the hedgehog, which is another bonus point for the city as hedgehogs are also very cute. They even have a beer with a hedgehog on the label. For anyone with hoppy-tendencies, the Czech Republic has more breweries than per capita than most countries on earth (with Germany perhaps being a notable exception).
From Jihlava ...
... enough to help me find my train. And then we are running together... and with 30 seconds left on the clock I leap onto the train and turn around to kiss him on the cheek as a thank you. Europe lends itself to these kind of experiences :) but it was a rush, and before I know it I'm on my way to Vienna, on what I would soon discover was a party train with a last stop at the massive music festival in Budapest....
This morning we woke up to SUN!!!! Yeah!!!! We decided to take a city tour on a Hop on Hop Off bus. It was great - we got to stop at all the sit we didn't have time for yesterday and just get on and off a different bus that passed every 10 minutes. Our first stop was the Stasi Museum. The Stasi was the official state security service of East Germany. It has been described as one of the most effective and repressive intelligence and secret police agencies in the world. Not much in ...
Alarm went off at 9am.
We both had slept like logs in the huge and comfy bed of he Ashling
Hotel. Fortunately our flight was at 15:10 so we still had plenty of
time to sort out our luggage mess: Two overweight backpacks/one none
closing and a big blue bag full of stuff that needed to be
The best thing to do was to firstly buy a bigger backpack for James and
then to try and sort through the blue Ikea bag. We had to make it
... murals one done during the cold war showing happy workers and families living in the East and then there is an actual photo blown up on the ground in a similar size to the mural which shows a protest which in fact was the reality of life in East Berliners were actually living.
Moving down towards the Holocaust memorial (Memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe) we stop at a sculpture of the face of Johann Georg Elser who attempted to ...