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... particularly around cross beams and anchor points guard the bridge. Knowing we will return later on in the week, we returned to the Prague boat docks. I generally don't use Gray Line services on vacation, generally they don't have the best reputation or customer service. Prague Boats (under the name Gray Line) was anything but typical Gray Line service I knew of. A 50 minute river cruise will cost 500CZK total for two adults. Food and beverage is available for purchase on board ...
... 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 ...
... headed towards the old town. On my way, I saw a woman in a shop window with her feet in a tank full of tiny fish that were eating the dead skin off her feet! I'd seen this on Kardashians and was disgusted and intrigued. I went inside and it turned out it was a Thai massage place. I decided to try the fish spa and also got put in the shop front window! So all the passers by could see me squirming and giggling as the ...
... to recover from 7 straight days of oppressive heat. Our apartment is massive, even larger than the last one if that's possible! David and Sheree gave us the nice bedroom in Vienna, so we gave them the nice bedroom in Prague. They get the balcony, but I'm sure they'll share.
We have a balcony, a full kitchen with a dishwasher, a full bath with bidet and towel warmer, AIR CONDITIONING, a central foyer, a living room, and two ...
... be this much walking son the tour. We walked from the castle down to the Charles Bridge where we then walked along it down to the Old Square and Astronomical Clock. This took us to 2pm and the end of the tour.
Instead of walking any further we took lunch inside the Old Square. What a lunch it was. The big ticket items that are must eat in Prague seem to be the Goulash, duck and cabbage, sausages and the pork knuckle. Tick ...