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Guess I should tell you all how Prague was! It hasn't been that busy of a week, just a little crazy.
So, last Friday, I took an ICE train to Berlin (my normal train), then took a Eurocity train to Prague. We got delayed, ended up sitting in a small Czech town for about 45-50 minutes while they cleared an accident. For a while, my only …
... of them. I'm sure I saw something along these lines as a TV program a few years ago.
Back to our walk. Then onto the Charles bridge - Karluv most. Thimgs started to get a bit touristy - all the usual stalls. Still a great ambiance though. Some of the stall holders were packing up because of the thunder and dark clouds. An odd lightning flash too.
We got lost in the maze of narrow cobblestoned streets on our way to the Old Town ...
... it, no space left for a desk. What a great starting point for a responsible life of studies!
/how incredible is the connection between my room and Oxford itself, the smallest town in the world. Don’t you dare call it a city!/
My housemates were Spanish Mafioso, growing weed at a literally every corner of the garden. Who cares about rules (or law), worse was that they didn’t want to share! Having a house party every night may sound like a lot ...
... again. The tour was very interesting and I was glad it didn't have too much to do with WWII. I'm tired of only learning about WWII and Nazi Germany, especially coming from Germany. After the tour we had some crowns left, so we went to Hard Rock Cafe for lunch to spend all our crowns. Michelle and I both have fuzzy jackets, so we came up with The Fuzzy Jackets Duo. We even came up with how our powers ignite. We are warming people, ...
After an amazing late night tour of the city, the next day seemed a little less magical.
I decided to join the Palacky provided city tour, which was led by one of the Summer School Assistants instead of a real tour guide. Unfortunately, the assistant did not know as much about Prague as Henni, and it was incredibly hot. We began at Saint Wenceslaus Square. Saint Wenceslaus is the patron saint of Bohemia. The ...
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