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IF I HAD ONLY KNEW !.

Having Just Visited Slavia Cafe, For the First Time. If I Had Only Knew !. There was a Portal, to the Jungle. At the Slavia Toilet,s !. Michal Ajvaz. Czech Writer, Poet. Writer in same vain as Jachym Topel. Was Warned Beforehand. That Understanding Book. Would Be Near on Impossible. Did Not Have a Problem.

" The Other City " by Michal Ajvaz. Describes there is another Hidden World. Behind Praha,s Fine Great City.

From Places I Love Like Petrin Hill. Mala Strana. Fighting a Shark in St Nicholas Church Bell Tower. Been to a Classical Concert in this Venue. After Eating across the Road in Zlatych Hvezd. Then Being Shot Down in Mid Air Above Charles Bridge. Flying on a Ray Fish !. Plus the Streetcar. Which You Do not want a Ride in !. Big Importance of Books & Library. " The Alchemist " By Paul Coelho. Rightly Gets Much Acclaim. This Czech Book. Gives Me Much the Same Rewards.

Message For Me. Be True to Yourself. Do Not Live a Lie. Good Translation by Gerald Turner. I Would Imagine a Very Difficult Task. Will Certainly Read More of Michal Ajvaz.

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