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... were tried including: * tunnelling * disguise as a woman visitor to prison * disguise as German officers with manufactured uniforms * Leaving in sacks of laundry * Hanging to the underside of a vehicle * Building a glider (nearly finished but never launched before the war ended) From Colditz, we drove on into the Czech Republic and, being cautious, we stopped at the first motorway stop in the country to see how toll roads and such ...
Old friend Kitty is there to greet us
When we land in Prague
Holding a blue card with a fantastical PRIMM
In decorated letters
And a bag of small change
And 2 public transport tickets
To get us started
Though it's been 8 years
We recognize her immediately
Slender & tall
Hugs all around
Talk and laughter and information
About her new home town
... there was also an open air market in progress. Saeko and I ended up having Raclette cheese and gherkins in a baked potato for dinner from one of the stalls. It was delicious.
We decided to climb the 'Powder Tower'. This monumental entrance by which the coronation ...
... for lunch, and then we saw a traditional black light theatre! It was Frankenstein's Monster! So good! I mean it was far from a high budget production, but it was kitschy and creative! I loved how they made it their own...for example, when they are bringing the monster back to life they used ET's finger instead of lightening :p. And when the monster comes to life he's a grown man in a baby suit and Frankenstein and Egor are teaching hi how to walk ...
... m having a ton of fun with Matt, but I’m also really excited to travel alone.
So I guess that brings me to now—I’m currently sitting on the floor in the space between train cars. My back is leaning on the door to the next car, which opens every 5 minutes or so, and I fall into the oncoming passenger’s feet if I’m not paying attention. My bag is leaned against the bathroom door, which has to be moved ...