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... of all of us the whole trip and announced today he has over 3000 photos and videos of us (including every meal and everything we have seen) that he is going to give to us -Bailey is starting to feel a little under the weather. Blisters on her feet and her throat hurts. Everybody is reaching the end of their endurance, but doesn't want to prevent themselves or the group from not seeing all that there is to ...
Prague is a beautiful city. It is full of old castles and
wonderful old buildings and old cobblestone streets. It looks like it came out of a
fairytale. The Christmas Market in the old town square was stunning as it lay
at the foot of a palace that looked like the Disneyland castle. The
Astronomical Clock tower is also located in the square. Each hour the clock chimes out, with Biblical figures
moving in a circular motion out of the ...
... was of the bird and it's less than impressive squawk.
2) Charles University - I think this is where Mozart last played
3) New town National Museum, where scenes for Mission impossible 1 and Casino Royale were filmed.
4) Powder Gates - everything within this building is made from the remains of 40,000 skeletons.
5) Statue of a pregnant lady - it looks like it was made of huge silver Lego blocks. Tijo told us that people can climb ...
... but decided to head home to get a good nights sleep. On the way we stopped for milk - the apartment here has a fully stocked kitchen and Pudd likes milk with his tea. We also bought some chocolate which we are eating now in bed. On the way home we also came across a upscale burger place that makes veggie burgers. I was saying to Pudd at lunch that I really felt like a burger, so we have sorted a venue for us to go to tomorrow for dinner. It's now 9.57pm - time for ...
... do charity work for various institutions, and as such he traveled around quite a bit as a kid. Our group of about 9 people walked to the train station and headed over to the camp. The train ride took about an hour, and I sat with Nigel and Linda, a married couple from London. Nigel works for a prominent engineering firm in London, and we had a great discussion about renewable energy in the UK, and the recent advancements in wave-power technology. Linda told me ...