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... without you seeing it. Its underground and there's metal work everywhere . The music was really good too but for some reason I decided to partake in bong smoking which set my already swollen tonsils on fire and turned me into a camel. So me and eve went home. Luckily my tonsils are perking up but i think after 'Roxy' Eves have got bad. Then the night of doing the lights was just next level. I want to rule a club it was just so fun. Then the dice, what are we like? ...
... more casual. This could also be a city/rural thing and not Austrian/Czech. At time wears on, I'll be able to figure out which.
I've been chatting with a Czech that sat down across from me. His name is Frank and he lives in Prague. He says he has the best job in the world. I discover that this means he is retired. Frank is quite friendly and he told me a bit about Brno (about 300k people), and that at present it's 37 degrees ...
... hotel just after 11pm. We went to the hotel cafe for a snack - the hotel had a casino in it, so the restaurant was open 24/7.
The next morning we had an early start and walked to the old town square. We wandered around, seeing all the sites and taking in the atmosphere. There was a big Christmas market there as well (sorry Brad, you can't escape it) and saw the powder tower, the old town ...
... what it was - seemed like a cheesecake mousse with a chocolate top and raspberry coulis. After that, we went on THE Prague Pub crawl. Basically we went to four bars where there was plenty of free alcohol and dancing and other cool people just like us before we went to the biggest club in Central Europe - a five story club. It was an absolute blast. Of course all the great people on our con tiki make it such a good time. ...
... ourselves. the path was rocky and made of grass, rocks and dirt, our shows were ill equipped for this, but we are young and the young can get away with such mistakes.
The trail wound up and around and down a hill into a small town that had a monastery. One interesting thing about the Czeh-Republic is 90% of the population are atheists. Yet there remains hundreds of beautiful churches from a time long since past. Inside the monastery there was a ...
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