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PART ONE, PRAGUE ON MY OWN
I left Los Angeles on Wednesday, June 27. My parents waved goodbye to me at the gate, which I walked through with my 20 pound suitcase and a whole lot of tears. I cried through the security check then pulled it together, got on the plane and cried then fell asleep, then woke up and felt excited, then cried some …
... We we starved and wanted to get good bite of some local grub so we headed to a restaurant that we passed on our way in. The service was terrible, but we later found out that in Prague that if the service is terrible then you're in a proper Czech restaurant and not a tourist trap. And it made sense because the goulash we got was delicious! After devouring that we headed back to get ready for a pub crawl that we had heard great things about. As usual Johno acted like woman ...
... knowledgable) and we walked around some of the most famous parts of the Old Town in Prague. We saw the Astronomical Clock, the main churches on this side of the river, the concert hall where Mozart came to conduct the premiere of Don Giovanni, and many other historical buildings. After about two hours (only part way through the tour) when we had been standing still for around 20 minutes listening to our guide talk about different aspects of Czech history and politics in ...
... of the kiwi's was snoring last night and so I still felt massively sleep deprived! After the museum, We went back to the old town square where we ate ice cream and listened to another live jazz band. They call themselves 'jazz no problem' and say it at the end of every song they play! -- imagine it being said in a sort of borat style voice and that's them! Except they are actually old men ha! This was followed by a Salvador Dali exhibition which was also mega interesting. I ...
I only worked out twice at this box and it's only my second box visit, so I can only provide initial impressions:
- I don't like the individual WOD system.
- I don't feel like I was taught / checked on technique.
- With everyone doing separate ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsAdam & Eva Prague
Adam and Eva was the perfect hostel. I could´t imagine anything better. The location was perfect, very close to everything, but not right in the tourist center. The hostel had a small and quiet feel but was still very social, and I met tons of great people. The rooms were impeccably clean and the kitchen was well stocked. Also the bathrooms were so cute and private, and the staff was helpful. I could´t have asked for more!
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