Download e-book for iPad: 198: How I Ran Out of Countries by Gunnar Garfors

By Gunnar Garfors

ISBN-10: 0996478507

ISBN-13: 9780996478502

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Gunnar Garfors has visited all 198 nations on the planet - because the youngest pastime tourist - and has encountered humans, locations and events so much can basically dream of. The globetrotter has deftly woven his reviews jointly right into a tale that takes the reader on an emotive trip and establishes a reference to him and his quest. anticipate outrageous stories grouped in unique topics, whole with personal chapters for each kingdom.

Gunnar's adventures comprise a number of go back and forth international files and he has been featured through CNN, Huffington submit, BBC international, day-by-day Mail and plenty of extra media shops in a hundred+ nations. he's a shuttle reporter and quizmaster for Norway's largest radio express and often offers at media or trip occasions world-wide.

The writer on Twitter: @garfors

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There are two main types of police: the Policie are the national force with white shirts, navy blue jackets and grey trousers, while the Městská policie, run by the Prague 33 BASICS | Travel essentials city authorities, are distinguishable by their all-black uniforms. The main central police station is at Bartolomějská 6, Staré Město (metro Národní třída); they should, in theory, be able to provide an English-speaker here. In addition, there are various private security guards, who also dress in black – hence their nickname, Černé šerií (Black Sheriffs) – employed mostly by hotels and banks.

71), which are connected to the castle gardens. The alternative to all this climbing is to take tram #22 from Malostranská metro, which tackles the hairpin bends of Chotkova with ease, and deposits you either at the Pražský hrad stop outside the Královská zahrada (Royal Gardens) to the north of the castle, or, if you prefer, at the Pohořelec stop outside the gates of the Strahovský klášter (monastery), at the far western edge of Hradčany. | Pražský hrad (Prague Castle) Hradčany HRADČANY 1 Pražský hrad (Prague Castle) Viewed from the Charles Bridge, PRAŽSKÝ HRAD (known to the Czechs simply as the Hrad) stands aloof from the rest of the city, protected not by bastions and castellated towers, but by a rather austere palatial facade – an “immense unbroken sheer blank wall”, as Hilaire Belloc described it – above which rises the 41 A HRADČANY NO SV UC Á KAP IN S K A OV ER PL sv Jan Nepomucký U KASÁREN Á ICK VN Šternberský palác Martinický palác 4 2 ELEC 3 Vojenské historické muzeum L O R E TÁ N S K Á C 5 6 D F ÚVOZ 7 Arcibiskupský palác HRADČANSKÉ NÁM.

30am; the routes are different from the daytime ones, though at some point all night You’ll rarely need to get on a bus (autobus) within Prague itself, since most of them keep well out of the centre of town. If you’re intent on visiting the zoo or staying in some of the city’s more obscure suburbs, though, you may need to use them: their hours of operation are similar to those of the trams (though services are generally less frequent); route numbers are given in the text where appropriate. Night buses (noční autobusy) run just once an hour between midnight and 5am from náměstí Republiky.

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