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... boarding passes across the counter to us. Leesh politely asks her which gate and she simply responds with ‘Just look on the board up there, it will tell you’. Life is difficult….We got to the gate and sat and waited for the boarding process to begin.
Boarding commenced around 0635 (somewhat on time for once) and we had seats 1A and 1B. Never have we been front row. A brief smile as we thought first class, but not ...
... was refueled so we decided to go for another slow gander around and went inside the Old Town Church which I think looks like a Gothic castle! We also passed the afternoon away by sitting on the cobbled street watching several different buskers who were fantastic. I love to hear live music so I found this really relaxing and I just sat there with a massive grin on my face. After a while we made ...
It was a lazy Sunday morning today. We stayed in bed until after 10, then realized we only had until 11 to make breakfast. With only about 15 minutes to spare we were able to eat, but of course now we were too full to think about lunch (this is relevant, I promise). After finishing cleaning up at the room we walked over to the metro station, Florenc, we rode two stops to good old Wenceslas Square. Back in familiar territory we went back to a couple of shops to ...
... coach and Arlene scored us some good seats up front. Our guide gave us a short political history on the way out of the city including his opinion on why there was graffiti everywhere, which was that the citizens still felt felt it was the state's responsibility. Out of the city we saw mostly farm fields and pine forests. Sights included groups of deer and solar power installations. We got to our ship around 5 and were checked in very quickly and ...
... friend, Gordon, told me about this and I had to go. This is an amazing, tiny church in a cemetery on the outskirts of a small town, about an hour from Prague. The entire church is decorated with garlands, urns, shields, mounds and a giant chandelier - all made from human bones.