Central Hotel Tiepolo
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Well I had to say goodbye to Berlin and after breakfast over to the main station in Berlin to hop on a train to Prague. We traveled through Dresden which was completely destroyed during WWII by the allied bombers. Although I didn't get to see anything, other than the spires of the churches, it has been completely rebuilt from the rubble of the war. It had been cloudy all day until I reached Prague and like magic the sun came out. I ...
... of the old town, followed by a river cruise. So we got to see Prague at night by various means.
OK, we have been won over. It is extremely pretty. There is some wonderful architecture. The old square has character and we are looking forward to getting out tomorrow for a good look.
Out the door at 8.30am and we were taken to the top of the hill which overlooks Prague to the Palace and church which provided great views of the city. The palace still has guards ...
Today. Bryan and I rose early to go for a walk to try and get his bridge photo, we walked as far as we could.Bryan recognised the point where he wanted to go to take the shot, sad news there were 10+ police men around blocking entry/ exit to the hill. At the time we thought something very serious must have happened. Romantic dinner in Chateau for our wedding ...
... time the wall was whitewashed by the communists, a new 'subversive' slogan (usually a Lennon lyric or image) would re-emerge over night. The tradition continues to this very day - although the original artwork is long gone, buried under decades of spray paint, and the wall now looks like any one of millions of graffit-strewn city walls the world over. Still, it offers a pilgrimage of sorts to tourists and Czechs alike who want to remember ...
... senate palace, a Vietnamese Sapa, and ultimately just tons and tons of new sites, sounds, and events, always meeting new people with every next venture. Day in and day out.
By the end of the course I had decided to stick around town largely in part to my two new flatmates - Page and Shawna - both of whom agreed to split expenses with me. We're all 'Merican, and we're all kinda in the same boat, so having each other around is kind of a blessing. At ...