Passive Investing – Visiting And Learning From The PastGuest Post
I recently had the pleasure of spending a week in the Czech Republic. We enjoyed the stunning city of Prague, but I also had a chance to explore the city of Brno while my husband hit the conference circuit.
Brno is not on the typical American bucket list of sights to see, but sometimes it is the unusual surprises that are the best. My unusual surprise in Brno was the monastery where Gregor Mendel performed his famous experiments with pea plants, cracking open the first secrets of genetics and enabling all the later discoveries of biology, medicine, chemistry . . .
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