Prague update – recommended the goulash and dumplings to three French tourists from Lille

Taking the slow road to Cyprus

Prague - Jerusalemer Synagoge Prague – Jerusalemer Synagoge (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This evening we had dinner in an authentic restaurant in Prague – the prices are incredibly good value, especially compared to Frankfurt which is reported to be one of the most expensive cities in Germany.

To digress a bit, last night Marilyn couldn’t stop laughing at my choice of dinner in Frankfurt – a local Frankfurt delicacy – boiled potatoes, hard-boiled eggs and a sauce made of seven plus herbs – I can now understand why it didn’t get national or international recognition 🙂

Returning to Prague, we chose local specialities this evening, including pickled fish to start, washed down with a half a litre of the local brew, with goulash and two sorts of dumplings to follow! We got into conversation with three people on the next table – they were from Lille and they took up our recommendations. 

Afterwards, we started…

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Organizing Your Photos, Cloud-Free – NYTimes.com

This image shows a Canon EOS 350D digital sing...

This image shows a Canon EOS 350D digital single-lens reflex camera with a Tamron 18-200 f/3.5-6.3 XR Di II LD lens. Thanks to Andreas Böttger for allowing me to make this photo. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

This is an interesting article from  the NYT if you are a keen photographer. Check it out!

via Organizing Your Photos, Cloud-Free – NYTimes.com.

Personally, I’m  at the stage of backing up my external drives to the Cloud. Every  photo or video clip is put in a folder/sub-folder by location. Where I struggle is with motivation to start sorting the photos. Professional photographers have told me that the trick is to be rigorous and discard poor  photos quickly.

Any thoughts on the best way to manage digital photos?

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