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... sidewalk cafe (two large coffees nearly 14 pounds or NZ$28!) and also tried a local speciality - trdelnik: a long strip of sweet pastry dough curled around a wooden pole, then baked over hot coals until crisp and finally rolled in cinnamon sugar and almonds. Yum!
- The National Theatre : a neo-Renaisance building built on the banks of the river in the 1800s as a symbol of the National Revival;
- We crossed ...
... a Saturday it was not surprising that most of it was shut.We did, however, see the oldest synagogue in Europe (700 years old), and peer into a wonderfully atmospheric cemetery next to a miniature fairytale castle of a building (some sort of hall). The cemetery exuded peacefulness. It seemed to seep out of the wrought iron gates.
Next stop was for some top quality ice-cream, before listening to the 7pm chimes of ...
Today we had free time for the whole day and then a farewell dinner at night. We wandered at our own pace around the Town Square and through the souvenir and crystal shops. We had been warned that coffee here is not the best, so when we wanted a drink we went looking for a Starbucks. Couldn't find it, but came across Hard Rock Cafe. We hadn't ever been ...
... That each person is so unique and I cannot cannot put all Germans in one bag classifying them as " too rigid,unfriendly, too stern and closed .". I have a friend I met in the UK who is German,when I travel one of the most funniest, charming, beautiful people are Germans. German travellers are great. Real travellers. Not that towelonthechair type but the ones who are willing to go for your ideas, who also have their own. Who are open ...
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