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... must suck if youre a coleiac here... just saying - but the food itself has been great. I know the girls are totally over the cheese - I know I'll not be wanting even look at bread again for a long while lol... what has been hardest is the lack of veggies - there aren't that many in meals or even available to purchase - no proper markets have been found yet - that will change we know :) Day one ended with tired bodies showering and nibbling on some ...
... head our separate ways—he goes to Milan and I’ll go to Vienna to stay with Cordula, then Innsbruck to visit Florian and Siegfriend (my relatives who I haven’t met). Beyond that, who knows! Seems like enough planning for now.
(On my last day in Budapest now! took forever to get internet, but I'm having so much fun and will write about it and share some pictures tomorrow en route to ...
... post. Instead, we are enjoying a bottle of wine we picked up yesterday and are catching up on everything posted on the internet. Tomorrow we are traveling to Krakow, Poland on an overnight train. After spending the day walking around Prague, we will board the train and settle into our sleeper cabin for the 8 hour train ride. We plan on staying in another Air B&B and taking a bus to Auschwitz as soon as we arrive. I will update and post pictures from Poland when we get ...
... and uncertainty. ( you see people in general and Virgo's in particular hate randomness, we thrive on structure and order) O well, so this lost in Prague situation was the best time to grab a coffee break. I choose myself a bench in one of small gardens that spring up between busy streets and just simply start to people watch.
It's late in the evening and i'm exhausted but then i come across a story and that's what today's blog is about - The ...
... surprising. Over and over I heard stories of scarcity and ideological repression. Of people dismissed from their jobs or blocked from advancement because they chose to speak. Of a bloated workforce that didn't work and a public service that didn't serve. Communism ended here 23 years ago, and people remember it like yesterday. And spit.
I also went to the Franz Kafka Museum. As a museum it reminded me of the Dalí Museum in Figueres, Spain, that Ruth and I visited ...