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... the rest of Europe, is pretty cheap all round! My hotel only cost NZ$50 a night (perhaps more a reflection of the neighbourhood it is in, than the actual price of accommodation in Prague, but still good value for money, all the same), and a meal and a couple of pints in a decent restaurant only costs about NZ$15! For all that was good, though, I can't say I was overly upset when the time came to leave... With Prague not quite living up to expectations, a combination ...
... where we were staying with Willow's cousin Alona and her Husband Sepp, daughter Lottie and grandchildren Sophia and Casper. They live in a typical town house of 1880. It has lots of space and a basement for Lottie and the children. I felt very special going through an electric gate.The family were very welcoming and Ed and Willow had a very jolly time getting to know the children.
... We drove past the Brandenburg gate. Frederick and Wilhelm are very popular names in Germany. Frederick the 2nd bought the potatoes to Berlin And loved to play the flute. He was the King of Prussia quite some time ago. During the 1930s was the great book burning. Students went into the library and removed all communist books Nd burned them. There is an awful lot of construction going on in Berlin as well. Daniel says everything takes twice. S long as they say ...
... br> How's this, a genuine Egyptian sphinx outside the bookshop.
It's on loan from the museum. A pretty impressive three and a half thousand years old. It arrived in Germany in 1845 when cultural theft wasn't so frowned upon. I don't see them rushing to hand much back nowadays though.
Gianni for some reason wanted to revisit the memorial to von Stauffenberg who was executed after a failed attempt ...
... and so afterwards we went back to the Memorial of the Murdered Jews to visit the museum below it. Rather than just stating figures and describing what had happened, there were lots of personal stories about different families, explaining who they were and what they did before the holocaust and then if/how they died or survived. There were also letters that had been sent during, and lots of photographs that had been found as well.
That evening we ...
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