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It seems I will start describing my recent travels in Europe from the
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London has become such a usual travel destination for Central and Eastern European people that it would be difficult to surprise them with anything.
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London has become such a usual travel destination for Central and
Eastern European people that it would be difficult to surprise them with
As always, cross-posted with DaivaRepeckaite.com - feel free to comment there before Cafe Babel enables comments on its blogs.
Metz (Northeast France) is excellent for a day trip, particularly when
you are sick and tired of this year’s Europe’s prolonged winter.
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I found a fun questionnaire on this blog
and decided to use it to ‘close’ 2011 on Wonderland. This year was
exceptionally full of travelling, for which I feel grateful. I went
somewhere almost every month. I visited 3 continents, 12 countries (6 of
them – for the first time) and 21 cities.
When I posted these on my Facebook, Nabeelah suggested that I write something for 'Tower of Babel'. The column is welcome to repost this. You can comment the entry on DaivaRepeckaite.com
Have you ever noticed that the best compliment students give their
professors is something along these lines: “S/he is capable of
explaining complicated things in such a simple manner”?
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Prague is probably by far the most known and popular city in Central and
Eastern Europe, with hordes of tourists and large numbers of exchange
and full degree students. Some people know Prague as a city of
sophisticated culture, the birthplace of Franz Kafka. Others associate
it with nightlife and youth.