Residence 7 Angels
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Where do I begin? I have been in Prague for 5 days now and it is already starting to feel like home, well if home was located over 4,500 miles away, in the middle of Europe, in a city that looks and feels like a fairytale. Either way, I am already learning to love the city, people, and culture I am a part of for the next 3 months. Since I arrived in Prague last Saturday, I have been going non-stop and I will try to quickly fill you in on what I have been up to since then. On Saturday, I ...
Up at 7AM. Final clean up and in the taxi to go to the station. It was a bit confusing at first but we found the train and set off for Berlin.
When we got to our compartment 2 locals were in our reserved seats, but they wandered off without too much fuss and we settle down to a 31/2 hour trip through the country side. Everything went smoothly until we got to Dresden in Germany. Something went wrong there and ...
... the square. If possible, take a small backpack or messenger bag on your daily excursions. A recently purchased Osprey brand messenger bag from REI went above and beyond on this trip. Each day I packed a small camera, book (for the random cafe we stopped into), passport copies, an umbrella and miscellaneous items depending on our plans. The bag held our small purchases such as magnets, postcards and trinkets without compromising our hands as we walked about. If time ...
the drive day today was going to be quite short and then the tour would be over. our first stop for the day was kushnahara and its bone church, the entire decoration of the interior of the church is made of bones including chandeliers, shields and a house. all the bones used were from bodues that had been buried in the church graveyards but they ran out of space because of the war and the plague so they started digging up the bodies and storing the bones in ...
... br> On Sunday we spent more time wandering the city, it was pretty chilly out so we tried to find something to do indoors. We went to the Gastronomy museum which is about the history of food in the Czech Republic. It was a pretty small place but a fun way to explore a less commonly taught piece of the culture. There is a beautiful music hall and we tried to get tickets to the Cinderella ballet. Unfortunately by the time we got to the ticket office only the most expensive ...