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... Again,hopefully spoken better than I can spell it...)! The information man responded that he could speak very good English, and explained where we needed to go to catch the right train and roughly where our carriage would pull in to. Half an hour later we were on the train, after kicking people out of our reserved seats (much to their delight), we kicked back and prepared for the 5 hour trip over to Prague. On the train ride, we spoke about our ...
Happy Birthday Lilla!
I spent yesterday morning getting our admin up to date (Rhonda had forwarded us two huge piles of mail from home), paying bills and so on, while Charlie washed the motorhome, and then spent several hours with the cutting paste getting rid of all the scratches. The paintwork has come up like new!
June joined us for lunch, and then in the ...
An early arrival into Prague meant plenty of the afternoon to explore what had been described to us, as the beer city, where a beer is cheaper than water. It was bloody hot and felt like we were back in Athens. We cruised around and found the river where we sat in the park and did some people watching. A good home cooked meal for tea was a welcome change as we made the most of our own apartment and watched tv for the first time in a good month.
... 2012. It was so lovely to catch up with them again, it was good for us to get some local knowledge too.
With the history of this country people seem serious on the outside but get to know them and you will find they are very warm on the inside.
A fascinating city with so much history to see and experience. A photographers delight, farmers markets in the streets and anything you want at ...
... strange to me, but at least the Jews still use Groggers to blot out Haman's name while reading the Megillah.
Finally we visited the Spanish synagogue which is the only Sephardic (and reform) synagogue in the Jewish Quarter. This was the only one we saw that didn't have a separate women's gallery. It was also the only one that is still a working synagogue today.
After lunch we took a short rest, and then took a bus to Namesti Republiky where the ...