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FOOTLOOSE IN BUDAPEST, PRAGUE & KRAKOW ...a DVD by Grindelwald Productions Debra's Diary ~ Date: July 2007 Where Budapest had been too hot, Prague turned out to be a wee bit chilly, and a bit on the rainy side which posed a bit of a challenge to make it look good in the small measure of sunshine we did get. The hardest part though was obtaining …
... some potato salad. I like the chicken and cucumber but I am not a potato salad gal. Dinner was a great chance to meet other AIFS students and to see a little bit of Czech. Plus eating this made me realize why there were so many KFC stores. Czech love battered and deep fried chicken.
After that I crashed in my bed and just went to sleep. My body craved sleep and then some.
Fun fact about our shower, it does not ...
... on them, so we had to wait for them to catch up at the next stop. The Slav Epic consists of 20 huge canvases painted by Czech Art Nouveau painter Alfons Mucha between 1910 and 1928. They depict the history of Czechs and other Slavic peoples and are visually stunning. It is sad that my lengthy American education barely mentioned any of the events that he depicted (e.g., The Bulgarian Tsar Simeon, the ...
... m easily swayed by books so I am glad I got to try it. Ok enough about food. We ate, we drank, we got sleepy. So we went to bed. This is just a teaser because to write up a post about Prague in one attempt would be nearly impossible. Next up, more car adventures, Charles bridge, and the underground. That will be followed by training for Pelotonia in the water while drinking, our love of a street vendor, and 80s 90s dance party until the morning hours. Stay tuned! Love, All the ...
... if any of you (Jana, Vincent, Viola, and Zach) are reading this, now you know it was really true.
Historical Prague is divided into five areas: Prague Castle, Mala Strana, Old Town, New Town, and the Jewish Quarter. Since Vincent lives in Mala Strana, that is where we stayed. Mala Strana (translated as Lesser Town) lies at the foothill of Prague Castle and is home to a number ...
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