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... this shopping complex we watched the most ridiculous traffic jams, never ending side sreets and a main square which gets very little sun. We made arrangements for an early check-in, dropped off our luggage and started the two days Brendan had planned from our hotel room, located at the foot of Charles Bridge.
1. Jewish Old ...
... defenestration. Unclear if I will survive successive ticket checks.
So proceeds my departure from Prague. It seems appropriate, because honestly I've been getting way too fortunate with relatively hassle-free transportation so far. I'll update if the status of this one changes.
For now I feel compelled to write--because reminiscing on happier, simpler times not so far passed is the only way I can think of escaping the sweaty, crammed, railway ...
... at night - first place had power hour for two hours instead of one hour so we all got absolutely smashed - guys from the hostel holding full bottles of rum and vodka where we had to do shots out of them (sometimes the rum had coke mixed which was nice but was sort of a hit or miss as you didn't know) and got us more ****** - I was forced to do a couple as it was my bday Got to the second place where you had a free shot upon entry, I said no but Alyssa was like get ...
... Although it wasn’t my grandma’s food, it was still a great way to end my Easter weekend.
Today is Easter Monday and it is actually the bigger holiday in the Czech Republic. Yesterday, men around the CR would have taken their pussy willow branches and weaved a pomlazka whip. Women would have begun to paint their Easter eggs. Today, the men would have woken up, went door to door whipping the women of the village in return for their ...
... greatest enjoyment of architecture and design was from the Art Nouveau exhibition we went to on our first day. When I, and no doubt most people think of Art Nouveau, I thought of Muncha's nymph-like women paintings with the crescent boarders and floral motifs. Art Nouveau was so much more than that, and it's philosophy is a strange mix of nietzschean existentialist ideas, freedom of form and figure, geometric forms and nature. The Muncha works ...