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Travel Blogs from Prague
Jenny and I left for Prague. My aunt made us this whole apple pie....and we ate that whole thing during our train ride there. Yikes. A local sat in our cart and he spoke English so we had a great time talking to him. He gave us his number so we could hang out with him later, but unfortunately our phones were not working. We found our "hostel" up on …
... premise was Alice in Prague, rather than wonderland. The show was silent, with actors cloaked in black able to assist with effects relatively unseen. It started off amusing enough, before getting repetitive, and the story spiralling into needlessly over abstract and weird. It lasted around 90 minutes, and that was enough.
Next, on to lift my spirits with another dose of Old Prague Ham. Tragically, my ham romance turned to sour ashes ...
Had an awful sleep last night. My room mates felt like talking till well after midnight, I didn't mind too much because it was too hot to sleep, but I found them rather boring Americans. Nice, but boring. We had to leave the windows open because there was no air con. Only problem was the room was then full of ticks. With the windows open we could here everything on the street, even with ear plugs. At one point there was a guy screaming his lungs ...
... absolutely no idea what the plot was. To add to the confusion, there was also projections on a screen which the characters interacted with and which sometimes just showed abstract sort of stuff. At the end of the show, the performers took about 5 bows and looked real pleased with themselves while the half full crowd of about 200 people clapped bemusedly. It was wonderfully odd and we still aren't sure whether it was in fact good or not... Our last morning in Prague ...
This was by far the best night of drinking we had in Prague. First off
had a couple of beers over dinner, and slowly people starting joining in. I
ordered a long island from the bartender, and as he was making it, he looked at
me and waved, 'Bye-bye!' Cheapest long island I ever bought, 150cz, so about
€6. Finished that, and went up for another one
This is what I loved this
Me: ‘Another long island please!’