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We went to then palace museum to hear a concert of a pianist and violist playing music by a number of composers that wrote music in this area. The concert was very good and both performers were appreciated with ample applause. It would have been a huge success if the seats had been more ...
... and headed back to the hotel for a little rest before heading out for one last walk around the city.
Recommendation for visiting Prague:
1. Get Czech money before going on your trip. Even though the Czech Republic is part of the European Union, euros are not widely used and small street venders and small shops do not accept credit cards. The local exchange booths are literally run by crooks. They advertise one good rate or ...
... gorge. However that day it rain heavily continuously so we didn’t do much in sightseeing. Everything was prepared to partake of a walk through the Ebbor gorge too but with the rain tipping down as it was my humans chickened out.
We made our way back towards Arundel stopping to see the Cherhill ‘white horse’, one of many such ‘drawings’ that can be found on the hillsides of the downs. This one is not all that old, only from ...
... understands my love of watching American football every Sunday. That's another thing that I find fascinating: foreign cultures and accents. I've spent countless hours comparing American culture, as well as my lexicon and pronunciation of words, to those of others. I imagine everyone does this everywhere when you mix cultures, but hey. I can see why. Between one of many English accents, to Czech, to New Zealand, Spain, Irish, and even Welsh, it's all pretty fun. I've ...
... quickly became annoying. Her Spanish (there were a few tourists with our group, besides Judith, that only spoke Spanish) was clear but without an attempt to pronounce correctly. Fortunately the countryside was beautiful, the hills green and the forests a dark green and thick with oaks and connifers. Much of the area was covered with wheat fields, some corn and other grains. The three hour drive passed quckly and soon we were in Chesky ...