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Our first stop after leaving Florence was a perfume shop called Fragonard in the French Rivera which makes perfumes for major companies but they weren't allowed to say who. We were taken through a small tour of the factory and told that there are people that work for 3 hours a day smelling perfume and deciding what is best. After ...
Sun Jun 14
-I didn't sleep that well with excitement n thoughts about the upcoming day of peddling. So we were up by 6:30 n packing n bfast by 7:10.
-even so, we were exactly on time to meet Vital at 8. He had generously offered to show us the way out of town. After some minor gear tweaks, he took us to the edge of the park and set us free.
-we got a little spun around but we're headed in generally the ...
... Square &had an amazing view back to the city - some of the 257 church spires. Met Becky at the train station, toasted her arrival &later had dinner at a local beer hall, with an aperitif to aid the digestion according to Petr our waiter & we fell for that.
Joined a walking tour & learned much about Pragues history, interesting details of the buildings, the people and the events . This city has surprises around every corner & down every alley. The ...
May 18th we started our evening with Victoria our program director providing an orientation to our trip, after the welcome by our Captain Vaclav Ber. The staff were very friendly and truly welcoming.
Monday May 19th we had our breakfast in the Dinning area below the main deck and met our wait staff Dragos and Maja and were treated to a breakfast buffet. Following breakfast everyone assembled on ...
... after that because the Czech's were upset with paying so much to the Catholic Church. This was still an amazing building regardless. We also experienced more "Czech humor" as our guide told us ways to blow up the building to completely destroy it, if we terrorists. Reassuring I know, but he found this more amusing then it should have been.
We also saw Sedlec Church, or better known as the 'Bone Church'. There is estimated to ...