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... his life as a writer under Communism. He and Ludvik Vaculik and Ivan Havel were the initiators of samizdat, or underground publishing, in Czechoslovakia. Most of his most well-known works were first published in samizdat: My First Loves and Love and Garbage. My favorite book of his is called Waiting for the Dark, Waiting for the Light. Well, more soon--had a great interiew yesteday, Saturday, which I'll get back to.
... most have pulled a pretty good face because bob Kristin and the guy started laughing. It was pretty gross though! I was pretty tired so we had a quiet night reading at the hostel and enjoyed the amazingly comfortable pillows! Day two in Prague started off much mor slowly. This time we hot to have a much more relaxing breakfast and then eventually got out the door. We decided we would spend he day at the castle. It was a much nicer day and there were so many more people out ...
... call, we walked over to the Jewish Quarter, stopping for a cookie and coffee (for Dad) for sustenance at a bakery called The Bakeshop. It was very North American with brownies, coffee cake, chocolate chip cookies and rugeleh among other items. We resolved to return after the concert. Meanwhile, as we waited, we tools some pictures with Kafka ( or a statue of him) as he was born in the area of the Jewish quarter. The interior of the Spanish Synagogue is magnificent. Rebuilt ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Marabou Prague
Really lovely place, friendly staff and a free beer on arrival (you must remember to ask for it though!). The location is okay, not very close to the main sights really and you can't really walk to them - it is simpler to get on the trams to the centre which is really easy as there are tram stops everywhere!
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