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... it's not marked on the main tourist maps. Failing that, we wandered over to the area with the Kafka museum, stopping at Shakespeare books to confirm directions to the museum and ask about the Lennon wall. The guy at the desk was able to provide some clues as to where to look.
We enjoyed the Kafka Museum, as much for the nature of the museum as the content. It was more interactive than one might imagine, considering its subject matter. Rows of filing cabinets, ...
... below it felt like I was a giant towering over everyone there was a cold breeze blowing at the top of the tower that made me shiver like a car starting up. After taking loads of pictures we climbed down and crossed an old bridge called Charles bridge across a fast running river there were lots of artists drawing and painting stuff, there were brass relief’s and mum said if you rub it in a way it grants you a wish we rubbed it a few times. The legend has ...
... tonight or tomorrow nights train, were now very wet. This is only our third brush with rain that has effected our actual sightseeing. Next we had planned to do the boat trip. As the boat was covered we continued on with this trip. It was very disappointing, no commentary and after the last two our expectations were high. The one thing that we did get out of it was to see the Charles Bridge and the Lock. When we got back to its mooring point we pulled up along side ...
... dinner. We're now planning what to do tomorrow.
# of countries: 19
# of cities: 42
# of planes: 3
# of trains: 78
# of buses: 15
... about other cultures and the people from other countries?
There are still Opera productions. Lots of Mozart and classic music being played. I saw a film festival in Vienna and saw over an hour of the Opera, definitely intrigued by that.
People park on the sidewalks, the streets were not built with cars in mind but the buildings were. So the people park on the curbs. There are also trams, buses and metros in most of the bigger cities as well.
And lots of ...