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... sticks. A large Shepard's whistle which looked a little like a didgeridoo and at times sounded a little like one but a sweet high sound as well. Traditional dancers with the women squealing / screaming during the performances. And the lead singer going around with a wooden spoon for those not clapping and singing along. We were more than ready to leave and get home to a warm bed it's exhausting being on ...
... on during the trip, but only after we entered the border of the Czech Republic. It didn't work the best, but it was better than nothing. The kids were happy, because the games on their iPods worked better. When we arrived in Prague, we had a bit of trouble finding our hotel. It was frustrating and quite tiring. It seems that this is when we all get crabby...arriving in a new place and trying to navigate it ...
... We wandered around town observing the split personality of this famous city - on one hand the hedonism of the red light district, and on the other a classy drinking scene for the chic and the beautiful. Above all this though it is undeniably a beautiful city - leafy and abounding in bikes, canals and gorgeous tall buildings...we were happy with our choice for a final stop on our awesome ...
Recently I read quite a few interesting articles about relationships and tango. In every community (dancing community, art community, music industry, religious community,tribes,work,friends, gardening fans, you name it) we are bound to meet interesting people. It is in our nature to share and only through interacting we can reach the wholeness. Without the darkness there is no light, without the jing there is no jang, without each other we would all vanish and there would be no ...
... 1300's, is a great stroll and reference point also. From there, we climbed the hill to the castle and cathedral, shopping and snapping photos along the way. Beer and pastry for "supper" then back to the hotel for an early night. We started Saturday with a visit to the opera box office to secure tickets for that evening's premiere performance of "Tannhauser." We also bought a hat for me and gloves for Tim. From there, our plan was to hit the Old ...