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Travel Blogs from Prague
... left after that, it was probably for the best.
The soccer game was on Friday, that Saturday we went to the Opera. "Cosi Fan Tutte" was playing and it was a wonderful performance. Though parts of the play brought forth my angry feminist attitude since the whole theme was men are logical and women are emotional and unstable. It was a wonderful play regardless, I truly enjoyed the experience.
Then this Monday, September 23rd, we ...
... to the R'n'B level.
Shikha managed to meet some guy that got her up on the metal catwalk and I stayed in the dance pit with Kirra having the time of my life. We didn't leave until 5.30am and managed to get back to the hostel at 6am where I devoured a sandwich from the vending machine that had chicken nuggets on it! Amaze-balls is how I would describe it.
On my last day in Prague I got out of bed at 1pm and jumped on the tram ...
... had Australian citizenship.
Meanwhile, cute Kristyna was dating an Italian guy. She'd recently fallen in love with Italian food, and she spoke of traveling to Italy. Such a trip would be cheaper with this new guy, because they'd have places to stay and would only have to pay for tickets.
"Oops!" she said. "Maybe I'm doing the same thing."
On the day before I tried to kiss Maja, I'd been ...
... the oldest working clock of it's type in the world! I didn't have a chance to see it in action today (I didn't feel like waiting the 45 minutes til the top of the hour) so I'll write more about it tomorrow, when I've had the chance.
I think that's pretty much it for today. I'm hoping I still have a city to explore tomorrow, and if I get to do the Sandeman's tour I'll have a bit more to write about as well.
We stumbled out of the tram into a square right outside of the old-town city center. I noticed a few people carrying plates, each laden with a gigantic slice of multi-colored cake. The more people that wandered by, the more curious (and perhaps the hungrier), I became.
After walking about 50 meters more, we saw it: a massive layered cake being doled out to the public. By massive, I mean probably 5 feet in diameter and 4 feet high. You ...