Travel Blogs from Prague
... would recommend it to everyone. As for my personal experience, well: I came into Prague on the biggest natural high I had ever felt. On my train ride from Berlin I sat in rapturous wonder just admiring the Czech countryside. The track ran along a river with the last perfect green landscape behind it. Honestly for over an hour I just sat watching the world go by, listening to music, with a big goofy grin on my face, just happy that I was alive, and where I ...
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# of flights: 3
#of monies found: 6.50 Euros, 8.05 soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents
Bolivian,1 cent Canadian, 15 swiss francn'cents , 11 Czech Republic
things, 5 cents Croatian, 2 Hungarian fillers (no longer in use), 10
Romanian lei cents
... and dog friendly) gym. They have an impressively complex pricing model, including peak, off peaks and shoulder tariffs plus different charges for men and women. Also lots of well-behaved and happy pups. One just wanted us to throw anything for him to fetch - climbers tape, broken holds, old chalk bags. Merlin would have fitted right ...
... declaring it a “protectorate”, like a city-museum. But this didn’t save the Jewish community of course.
Curious fact: the Czech people took their own city back against the Nazis, three years after the Nazi Governor of Czechoslovakia was assassinated by British trained Czech paratroopers, and one day before the Russians got there. So during communism they celebrated their “Liberation Day” on May the 9th, and nowadays ...
... high water level impacting on trees, while we could also see that the road had disappeared in a number of paces. In a number of cases, there were people cleaning out houses alongside the river that had obviously had the river through them.
Another sight that enthused Marion on our way up the gorge was a very long train (heading down) that carried nothing but Hyundai I30s, presumably on their way from their factory in ...