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Restaurant Želivárna: Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC

20 Oct 2021 2 minute read 0 comments bengy

  I love visiting Prague... there is a really nice orchestra there that I have always enjoyed playing with, and recently they have started putting us up in a hotel that is in this particular area of Prague. Not a great area, but easy to get to...

Urban hiking - The castle of Spilamberto.

16 Oct 2021 1 minute read 2 comments lemming

I have introduced the town of Spilamberto here https://www.publish0x.com/nature-tells-tales-it-is-not-fiction-its-nature/urban-hiking-spilamberto-xdnorzm but when I wrote that post I couldn't show the castle and its park as it was closed. Let's get...

Travelling with less restrictions.

16 Oct 2021 3 minute read 2 comments bengy

  Travelling in the post-vaccination period is markedly easier than it had been in the early part of 2021. Now, a proof of vaccine (or recovery from Coronavirus) is enough to get an exemption from most of the most annoying hassles of travelling...

Is Everything Bigger in Texas?

15 Oct 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Drew Binsky

They say everything is BIGGER in Texas... But is it actually true?! I've spent the last 10 days in Texas, visiting family, and I seriously cannot believe how much BIGGER things are here than elsewhere in the U.S.A. (and elsewhere in world, for that...

Return to summer - "Palma Marathon"

13 Oct 2021 4 minute read 0 comments Andrii Androshchuk

This year's beginning of autumn turned out to be quite busy for me for various running starts, and at the same time interesting trips. Since the beginning of autumn, we have been able to visit interesting Ukrainian road races ("Izmail Marathon" and "...

3 Reasons Why You Should Visit Japan

10 Oct 2021 2 minute read 6 comments diaperfinancingfund

I felt like taking a break from my usual articles that detail my crypto (mis)adventures. Reminiscing about Japan was a natural choice for me because I lived there for two memorable years as an Assistant Language Teacher with the Japan Exchange Teachi...

Why Are New Yorkers So Rude?

10 Oct 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Drew Binsky

ome New Yorkers might get offended by this video... but I always tell the truth on how I perceive the world. And the honest truth is, that New Yorkers (specifically people in Manhattan) are very unfriendly, impatient and impolite. I noticed this on...

Hans Im Gluck Burgergrill and Bar: Leipzig (GERMANY)

6 Oct 2021 3 minute read 0 comments bengy

  Leipzig is a city that I have had cause to visit quite a bit during my music work. Leipzig was one of the most important cities in the life of JS Bach, and seeing as one of the orchestras that I play for regularly is pretty heavy on Bach in thei...

ETH Visits Kyoto

5 Oct 2021 1 minute read 2 comments diaperfinancingfund

It was ETH's first visit to Kyoto. He had heard so much about the legendary cultural and spiritual city that he was practically brimming with excitement. ETH went to visit Kinkakuji first. Kin means gold in Japanese. It was named so because the top t...

The end of running adventures in Bila Tserkva - "Bila Tserkva Marathon"

5 Oct 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Andrii Androshchuk

At one time I fell in love with running because of one of its features - "start and finish". It so happened that from the very first race "start and finish" for me were not just words written on the arch, but also received a kind of sacred meaning, w...