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... He said living here is harder, that is all. I ache so much It hurts when I sneeze. Had to use two hands to take my inhaler then I overdosed on it just to get to sleep in the hell hole of a tent. Ice box by night and fiery furnace by morning. Talking of holes, **** holes. That is literally our toilet, a hole that is dug into the floor decorated by a pretty door, a door with a hole in so that everyone can see your shameful face. We are literally living like barn cats, I ...
This is a beautiful Spa town . The hotels are spectacular , perched on cliffs .painted in beautiful colours Most were built 1880 when taking the waters was popular , but has been a spa town for hundreds of years .
There are many fountains of hot water for people to drink . They recommend that you use a teapot shaped cup to sip the water as you walk slowly .
They eh all looked silly , but the cup vendors happy .
there is a river flowing ...
... into the lobby. We handed them our passports and a crew member escorted us to our room. Two minutes later we had our suitcases. Just like that! After unpacking we met in the lounge (yes, there's only one lounge on the boat!) with the other 136 passengers for a safety briefing. Upon entering the lounge we were given a glass of complimentary champagne, individually toasted by the captain, and each lady was handed a single long stem red rose. We ...
From the incredibly elegant buildings and groomed parks of Vienna last weekend to an 11th Century castle in need of major repairs this weekend. These ranges of experience has helped make this exchange more than I could have envisaged or hoped for before leaving home.
Late Friday afternoon five boys from Brazil, Belgium, India, England and NZ joined seven Czech girls from the University Buddy System for a ...
... all day ;-)
But to be fair the town was a magnificient little czech beauty with its picturesque buldings painted red/ yellow/ green and pink. Beautiful architecture really.
We at least started the tour with good old Becherovka brewerie tour which included 3 morning shots to wake us up. That was rough haha!
In the end we ended up sitting in a park bathing in sun, enjoying the +10 degrees and drinking good cheap czech brews.