Posted by kernelbob on August 4, 2009
A Brno street with cathedral
We left Prague two days ago. (I’ve completely lost track of what day it is.) The bus took us to Brno, which is the second largest city in the Czech Republic. Nonetheless, it has a small town feel. We were just in Brno for one night. We had a couple of hours for sightseeing in the afternoon, then another hour in the morning. The choir performed in Brno, but I bagged that concert.
Yesterday morning, the bus set out for Vienna in Austria. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by kernelbob on July 27, 2008
Anne decided to join me in Ashland Friday night, so I drove straight from San Jose to the Greyhound station in Medford to pick her up. We had dinner in Ashland, then on Saturday we spent a few hours downtown and in Lithia Park. Came straight home, got here around 4:00 PM.
End of trip. Don’t want to drive the Elise for a few days… (-:
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