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... Prague. Decision made, we sat down at a small table, ordered some beers and soaked up the view. And talked and talked - we are girls after all! We then visited another brewery and tasted two beers, including having the special Autumn beers which we being called the Antidepressant range. I did feel better after I must admit. And we talked some more. Then onto another brewery and another beer before we headed back to town for dinner at a place around the corner from home. I had ...
... We spent the next half an hour giving this young kid all our details including our details in Australia which he demanded but I said to Paul I refuse to give him those details because knowing our luck today our suitcases would end up at Tullamarine. He would not go ahead with anything until I gave him our details.
I was sobbing and he could see that but this drama continued. He demanded a phone number which we don't have but he wouldn't buy that either.
After departing Paris, we flew to Munich via Copenhagen. This was a bit out of the way, but the cheapest way to get to Munich given the public holiday. We arrived at the hotel just in time for the tour briefing (by 10 minutes!).
The hotel was close to the airport but extremely inconvenient for visiting down town Munich as it would take an hour on the train. Given that Bec still has no voice, we figured we would eat ...
... bathroom that didn't house scruffy homeless men that leave the toilet stall unlocked and ready for an extremely awkward moment. (Thank you subway sandwich employee) -Sleep deprived and Hungry Julee and I are trying to get into a sleep routine. I was dead tired yesterday around 5pm and ended up falling asleep in a massage chair in a shopping mall. Jiri and Nelly came to meet us and they thought I was pretending to sleep as a joke but after 15 ...
... cities in Poland not to get destroyed by war.
Courtney and I made our way out of the Krakow bus station and walked around 20 minutes to the jewish quarter where we found our hostel. It was a large well run hostel with a very friendly girl working the front desk. She welcomed us with a shot of vodka mixed with hot sauce. After we settled in to our private room, we headed out to grab some food and explore a little of Krakow. Found a small nice place across the street from ...