Velvet Eyes: Berlin Was Located Close To Vienna At The Observatory Of Prague, Tchekoslovakia!

June 20, 2009

Velvet Eyes: Berlin Was Located Closed To Vienna At The Obsevartory Of Prague, Tchekoslovakia! In a Moment!

Velvet was a scientific fellow, he liked Astronomy, Astrology, Science and Art. His wife had so many wonderful talents but She was also a specialist about gastronomy when she had not her Leather Gloves. Gastronomy was a mix of Astronomy and Foods from a space called the ground. In Vienna, they didn’t know there was a feeling of studies and friendship for the Land of The Germans and The Austrians separated by a frontier that was a Civilization progress even if Prague had the project to build a Freeway between the 2 Countries.

Cars were not developed in the 1920’s and the project of the first freeways was a miracle idea to extend the ways for traveling with the stars showing the right direction from a State to Another. A Car was not a toy but a Tool to think the world or to change History. It was not too late to stop the Third Reich and selected elite knew about the risk in the 1930’s. Velvet and Leather decided to think about a yearly Honeymoon in Vienna and Berlin with a night in a City and a night on the road, looking at the stars with the mystery of the Observatory.

The Observatory of Los Angeles in Los Angeles is the center of a network of actors who believed in Science and religion too much but for the Prague couple, people never heard about that. There were young guys fron Central Europe who used to park their car there to look at a Cinema Show and They watched at the Moon too.

Fred Vidal, PhD
June 20, 2009
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Prague Castle, also known as, Hradcany Castle; Prague, Czech Republic.

Prague Castle, also known as, Hradcany Castle; Prague, Czech Republic. Prague Castle, also known as, Hradcany Castle; Prague, Czech Republic.

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