On the seventh day God rested, but Tim took to the streets of Prague shooting pictures at every turn. Here are just a few.
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Budapest &… Continue reading
Today involved a lot of driving as we set out to see two castles with Margarita. We ended up going to three of them as the first one was (as is typical at this time of year) closed for the season—time for cleaning and maintenance. Rain was in the forecast, but, as you can see, instead, the entire day was… Continue reading
Today began with a quick walk back to the Opera House district to take a picture of the Liszt statue. Then, off to the airport to head to Prague. This post (finally) contains some of the pictures I shot around Budapest.
Budapest & Prague: Day Eight (Karlovy Vary) (timtyson.us)
Budapest & Prague: Day Seven (Roaming about Prague) (timtyson.us)… Continue reading
Today was self-directed exploration. The forecast called for rain, but that didn’t stop me. Rain jacket packed in the camera backpack, and off I went. Thankfully, it never rained, and the overcast made for nice lighting.
The day began gray and a bit misty but quickly became just heavily overcast. I walked over the Chain Bridge, shooting pictures along the… Continue reading
Today we spent over 5 hours on a private tour of Budapest. Our guide, Karyn, and driver were excellent, making for a spectacular experience. Here’s just a bit…
The Jewish Ghetto
I think one of the most powerful things that will remain with me from today was hearing about and seeing the Jewish history in the Jewish Ghetto–the area where… Continue reading
Today was a travel day: from Los Angeles through Paris and on to Budapest via Air France and then Malev. The food on the Air France flight was the best I’ve ever had on a plane. Superb! The temperature on the plane was so hot though, I couldn’t sleep at all. During breakfast I asked the flight attendant if he… Continue reading