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... windmills. By this time I was getting hungry so we left the museum and walked to a supermarket to get something to eat. On the way back to the museum it started to rain so we had to run for it. Lucky we didn't have too far to go.
Anyway, we got back and had a picnic lunch and then went through then New Building in the museum. This had five floors with planes, boats, trains and war displays. It was huge. Both Dad and I liked the plane section the ...
... stop in the entire trip. It did not disappoint, and I didn't trip once so I think that means the bridge liked me back!!! Here are some random Czech facts for ya: -Pilsner was created in Czech -Beer ambulance exist here that brings beer in emergency situations :p, they usually take 15 minutes to bring it - The city is 500 sq meters is size -1.2 mill population -Franz Kafka Lived Here (I was in his house!!) And that's all ...
... and 1.2 million in Prague. Similar to Martin Luther (in German who put up his thesis on a church door and all the things the Catholic Church were doing wrong and broke away and started his own religion), a Czech man named Van Haus, which was much before Luther. People back then were not literate and educated as they were in time of Luther so he was seen as a witch and was burned at the stake. Ice hockey is the most watched sport. Once in the city we had a walking tour to ...
... Lisa had kindly booked us an English speaking tour of Berlin via bikes. Well it's been quite a while since I have been on a bike so I was a little apprehensive but as I found out it's something you don't forget, I just wasn't as confident as everyone else. However I did really enjoy myself. We had a very chatty English chap conducting the tour, so consequently our 3 hour tour stretched into 4.5 hours. We all enjoyed a late lunch before heading back to ...
... She is off to Texas tomorrow and we won't see her again before Paul goes home and I fly to India. We then had a walk around the markets. They are really cool with lots of interesting things and lots of food. We bought Erin's little girl Emily a very cute present which Paul will hand deliver sometime in the next couple of weeks. How exciting! At about 5pm we caught the train home and I got ready for dinner with my school ...