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Jet2holidays (which is already a fairly reasonably priced travel company) was running a special of £50 off per person (so basically £100 off) during early to mid February. Never one to pass up a good deal, I booked two trips this … Continue reading
Tagged 30 Years War, Airport Express, Astrological Clock, beer, Bethlehem Chapel, Bethlehem Square, Franciscan Gardens, HC Slavia Praha., Hotel Fusion, Hussite War, Jan Hus, Jet2, Jet2Holidays, Jewish Museum in Prague, Josefov, Leeds-Bradford Airport, low-cost airline, Maisel Synagogue, medieval, national gallery, Old Jewish Cemetery, Old Royal Palace, old town, Old Town Prague, Old-New Synagogue, Petrin Hill, Pinkas Synagogue, Pivovarsky, Pivovarsky Dum, Pivovarsky Klub, Prague Airport, Prague Castle, public transportation, Spanish Synagogue, St Charles, St Charles Bridge, St. George's Basilica, St. Vitus, St. Vitus's Cathedral, Strahov Monastery, Strahov Monastery Brewery, tour groups, U medvidku, U tri ruzi, Universal, Veltrzni Palace
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My cousin is studying in Copenhagen this fall semester, which makes her the geographically closest family we have until mid-December when her semester ends. So as we started to make plans for Thanksgiving, we knew we had to visit her … Continue reading
Tagged beer, brewery, Carl Jacobsen, Carlsberg, castle, Copenhagen, Copenhagen airport, copenhagen card, denmark, Hans Christian Andersen, mikkeller, palace, Thanksgiving, the Little Mermaid, vikings
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This was my second trip to Belgium (a trip that I remember very fondly), so the focus of this trip was a little bit more relaxed. While there were certainly things my husband and I definitely wanted to accomplish, it … Continue reading
Tagged atomium, beer, belgium, bruges, brugge, brussels, Cantillon, dutch, french, french fries, frites, ghent, gueze, modern art, moules, mussels, university