Travel Blogs from Prague
... it was such a full tour. I know we saw film sets for Mission Impossible, The Transporters and others. Prague has been a centre for educational expertise for centuries and the over 200 honoured educationalists of the past are responsible for the modern schooling methods of today. There was also a church that houses the 'cut off arm' of a man from centuries ago along with the history of why it was cut off. I'm learning that its not so good ...
... Outside elevator up to the room.
Girard left for PHL on Sunday 4/28/13 and I took train to Edinburgh.
Didn't like first Hotel Walton so moved after one night to boutique hotel Angels Share.
Walked walked walked in Edinburgh!
Train back to London on Tuesday 4/30/13 with one night stay in Heathrow.
Flew London-PHL-SYR Wednesday 5/1/13.
... of duck, pork, chicken and another type of meat, along with two types of dumplings. The night also included a dancing performance and a game where the objective was to suck as much water up into a glass bulb as possible, and then to fill four glasses. A good fun night. After dinner we headed out to Bed Bar, which as the name suggests is a bar fitted out with beds to lounge out on. A cosmopolitan cocktail later and we were ready for bed, after catching the metro back to our ...
... guns, large scale, all pointing inwards. It was an awesome piece and I wish I had been inside though I thought maybe the outside piece was their crowning glory and the inside looked to be bland. The gun piece was interesting though.
On enight me, the Aussie girls and their two friends went out for dinner. We soon figured out that their taste in food was a lot more expensive than ours. For the price for us to eat for two maybe three days, we could buy one of their meals. ...
... br> survivors of the Lezaky atrocity. They
were both sent to Germany for re-education—the grandfather, who managed to
survive Buchenwald, took care of them after the war. Jarmila is still alive today.
Many Czechs were also taken to Mauthausen. One group arrived on October 24, 1942. The prisoners were lined up and asked their
names and professions. They were told it
was time for a health check. Led ...