Travel Blogs from Kladno
... have the makings of a much better home to live in, albeit that the neighbourhood itself might still be clad in grey.
Former Czech Republic President, Vaclav Havel described them as "undignified rabbit pens ripe for demolition" but the twenty-five years since the Velvet Revolution hasn't quite seen the end of them. Part of the reason is that, when new, the panelaks were not intended to be low-income housing. They were in fact meant to be housing for ...
... vehicles i nthe Nazi extermination camp at Chelmno upon Nerr in Poland. The women were sent to Ravensbruck concentration camp which usually meant quick or lingering death for the inmates."
The Nazis didn't stop there however and finished the job by completely razing the entire city, even exhuming their cemetery. They even tore down every single tree, except one. And the only reason that tree survived was because the Nazis thought the blast from blowing up the church killed ...
... Prague is amazingly beautiful. All we can manage this evening is a short walk to Staroměské Náměsti, a meal out and shopping for a few basic supplies: beer and milk. Around the corner from our apartment is a local eatery where T. discovers a yummy chicken noodle soup and mum and dad discover $1 a glass beer. Inside our apartment, we discover that we can drink the water! I don't remember the last time we could do that during our ...
... in. The gallery itself was small but I loved it. All the photos were in black and white and the photographer based his work on returning to your roots and showed people from Chernobyl restarting their lives and the chaos it caused for them. Along with the photos there was a short video.
After the gallery we shamefully got mcds again as Madz decided she wanted a McCafe cake and I couldn't walk into Maccys and not ...
... super cheap over here. The main difference between this airline and any others was the fact that they didn’t designate seats, which worked out for us because we got a spare seat in the middle for general activities.
We got through customs without any dramas, a quick Czech (haha get it? There we definitely way too many of these ****** jokes flicking about during the trip) of the passport and we were in, nothing like Australia. Got some money changed ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed