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... carriages here are a cut above the rest. The horses are well feed and groomed, and more often than not in matched markings pairs. And they don't poo or wee on the road! They have a driver, and an immaculately turned out escort, who's job it was to open the doors, answer any questions, and at all times look fantastic and regal. Oh, and hot, and I don't mean the temperature hot. Like the women who welcome you into bars and restaurants, the job interview is ...
... a dream since before I can remember and my family (you know who you are) has sat through the Sound of Music movie and soundtrack more times than anyone wants to count. I have wanted to be Maria for forever and I got my cousins on that bandwagon years ago. Arriving in Salzburg it was everything I could have imagined and more. It's tucked away in a valley, surrounded by mountains on every side. The city is large, but the part that we were in was quaint and full ...
49% or more of Czech citizens
Identify as atheist
The Czech Republic
Country with the most churches
And the fewest worshipers
TO THE CASTLE AND BEYOND
We again sleep late
Our room is totally, utterly quiet
Kitty & Brad join us for breakfast
And that is special
They lived here
While studying to teach English
As a second language
Leisurely, friendly, telling stories
... may turn out to be a KGB agent and you did not want them going through your stuff. As a result, Czech homes have very small dining or living rooms, but large bedrooms and maybe a decent rumpus room for the kids....but not built for entertaining.
The museum is a collection of KGB paraphernalia, and run by a short but enthusiastic Russian man. Its only a small museum, three rooms of wall to wall stuff. As people came to the door he walked us through all ...
... loved being with Anna. She even spoiled them by making them hot chocolate after they put the bread in the oven. I am pretty sure they were ready to move to Prague to live with her. :) We went up to our room for 30 minutes while the bread baked and then the kids ran down to check in With Anna to see how the bread had ended up. It came out nicely and she told us she would serve it at breakfast, but save us pieces. It was a wonderful day and all of us were quite exhausted by the ...