Street performers in Prague

The first are some Peruvian performers near our hotel from yesterday. I suspect the original Andes sound wasn’t quite so electronic with such a beat. 🙂 Still fun to watch. Those outfits can’t be comfortable in the heat,

Peruvian performers in Prague

These two on the Charles Bridge were quite good. We listened to several songs and they got a good response from the passers-by. Best accordion music you’ve heard in a while!

Accordian music on the Charles Bridge

Further along the bridge was a jazz and swing band. Debb and I were dancing in front of them and I’m sure we are on YouTube. There were sure a lot of cameras pointed at us. Let us know if you see it!

A full and fun day. I have a lot of photos to sort through.

We are back on the road tomorrow.

 

Greetings from Prague, Czech Republic

These two young ladies served us coffee and breakfast this morning. The one on the left rides motocross when she can and the one on the right is T r o u b l e with a capital T. Debb taught her to make an iced latte and they both were grinning ear to ear.

These two served us coffee and breakfast this morning. They would turn heads in any city in the world.

These two served us coffee and breakfast this morning. They would turn heads in any city in the world.

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Greetings from Krakow, Poland

It has been an interesting couple of days. We are staying two blocks and a big intersection from the central square. Our bikes are parked on the sidewalk right in front, and our building, which includes a bank, has 24 hour security. The guards nod and smile when we go in and out. The weather is perfect.

Another great day on the square in Krakow

Another great day on the square in Krakow

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Greetings from Nowy Sacz, Poland

I think this town is pronounced NoWe SawnJay. A couple different folks did their best to help me and that’s what I came away with. Debb and I commented this evening that this feels about as “far away” as we have been; we don’t speak the language, only a tiny few folks we’ve encountered speak any English, the signs are incomprehensible, and I don’t know the currency or the exchange rate. Bring it on!

Typical country around Poprad, Slovakia

Typical country around Poprad, Slovakia

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