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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Prague!


Here are three pictures of the 'Old City.'  I tell you, they don't make them like that anymore!  I posted a story about this trip in the past so just do a search on this site for 'Prague' in order to read more about it.

16 comments:

  1. Russ, My daughter & I visited Prague in Sept. 2009. Just great. Took a side trip for a day to my grandfather's village in Sarisske Dravce, Saros, Slovakia. I was just in awe of the whole experience. St. Vitas Cathedral in the Prague Castle - WOW! Am going back to Slovakia in July on Helene's tour. Barb

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  2. Thanks for commenting on the blog, Barb. I will try to put up some more Prague pictures today or tomorrow.

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  3. I've never been there, thanks for sharing with us your photos, Prague looks incredibly fascinating!
    Do you know Marco is in Florence? He is having a great time with his classmates in that wonderful city. He is very enthusiastic! :)
    Have you ever been there?

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  4. Lilia,

    There should be plenty more I'll add in the next few days. I never made it to Florence, I spent most of my time in Venezia! Tell Marco I said 'hi.'

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  5. Thank you, Russ. He came back last Friday, you can see his photos on facebook :)

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  6. Did he bring you back any souvenirs?

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  7. Yes, a Florence fridge magnet. I love collecting fridge magnets :)

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  8. Yes, he is :) He is also a good student and a very sensitive boy.

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  9. It's all because the parents bring their children up well.

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  10. Oh, thanks Russ! I hope to meet you very soon, it would be wonderful. Marco can't wait to meet you, really! As well as me and Carlo:)

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  11. Someday, I know it will happen. I hope I can meet you in Catania so I can experience the culture there. I imagine it's different from the mainland and especially northern Italy where I am most familiar.

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  12. Of course it will happen, I'm sure :) Catania is a very beautiful city, and its culture is very different from northern Italy, completely different. Sicily is a very charming place and its scenery is unique :)

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  13. It also has a lot of history as I recall. I think Sicily has welcomed (and sometimes hasn't) Phonecians, Greeks, Arabs, etc. It is my dream to visit there!

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