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Spacious and well-appointed but an almost antiseptic decor.
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... get off at, he just pointed to this green range rover in the parking lot, got in his bus and drove away. Like would not take me with him. So I sat there, for about a half hour and didn't see a single person, bus, car, ANYTHING. Finally, one business dressed, happy looking, older man (probably like 60) was walking by me, so I walked up to him and asked if he spoke English and could help me. He spoke it perfectly, and said that he ...
... player has never thanked him. I have attached a picture. At 630 we departed for the cruise. It was only 19 today and supposed to rain tonight. I am looking forward to seeing downtown at night. The cruise had a buffet and we had a fish cross contamination scare. Beau and I panicked and probably worried everyone but all was ok and no medicine needed. It rained as we cruised and I enjoyed every simple moment of the night views of the places we visited earlier, great wine and a decadent ...
... do a service wash for 200Kč (about AU$10), which is a lot cheaper than the hotel, who want 150Kč per shirt! So tomorrow is probably going to be a bit of an errands day, but I'm hoping to do the Sandeman's free tour as well (assuming it's running).
My wanderings also took me through the Old Town Square, which features this impressive Tưn Church and the Astronomical Clock, which is over 600 years old, ...
Walked over Charles Bridge and up to the castle today. It is really pretty and old and cobblestoned but also somewhat disappointing. Every town and city in Europe (that we have been to so far) has a castle, at least 10 churches, a Jewish cemetery, at least 2 synagogues, the best zoo in the world and a million other 'unique' things. The difference between Prague and all those other places is that Prague charges for every single thing!!! It was disappointing to ...
... then really angry, then you wonder 'what if someone had done this or that...'. It's hard to grasp the magnitude of death and despair and the loss experienced by so many. I feel a bit silly using words like horror and despair because I don't think these really describe what happened to these people. To see the massive piles of hair, glasses, hair brushes, shoes and kitchen utensils pillaged by the Nazis from the Jews, Poles and other poor souls barely begins to give you ...