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Jonah's Memorable Moment - Enjoying daily delicious cappuccino and pastry at the Bake shop in Praha 1.
Kristen's Memorable Moment - Discovering my Czech pronunciation was good enough to fool the locals... When I said dobry den (good day) to the security officer at the Prague airport she replied with a series of questions in Czech. I played along with a few head nods until after a min or so the conversation ended with my blank stare and a sheepish "in English ...
... Cathedral inside the castle grounds was incredible (despite the scaffolding), it reminded me a lot of Notre Dame with its gothic looks and gargoyles. Surprisingly, Notre Dame’s stained glass windows didn’t hold up to the ones in this cathedral; they were made with thousands of tiny panes of glass, which created intricately detailed images. The windows were so beautiful, again, my photos didn’t do them justice. We walked around the castle grounds for a bit ...
... for that open part of his personality. I found him an excellent listener with a real want to learn about other people and their stories. So we had some fun conversations. He's a bit of a computer IT geek, but he was very kind. He made me a traditional meal from his part of Czech, the Eastern part, Moravia (?). It was sausages with bread and vegetables and a strong mustard sauce, and of course, a shot of some very strong home made spirit. It was really cool. Then we ...
... of head, about three fingers worth. We all really enjoyed the beer.
I started to introduce myself to the others in the group. Isaac and Cecelia were are from Norway, and are studying medicine in no particular field. Cecelia is an avid traveler, her favorite places including Havana and Mumbai. We discussed Cuba, and her other experiences abroad. I also met Rayden, an American from Fort Lauderdale but studying public policy in Cambridge. We briefly ...
... and waving his signs again. Apparently he’s always there, and I have to admit, it kind of ruins the solemn and royal ambience! We saw St. Vitus church where there is a Mucha-designed stain glass window, and visited Goldsmith's Lane, named due to the many goldsmiths/alchemists living in the houses.
The tour lasted for about three hours, and after we had tipped Jana, we went back to the Pub Crawl Bar and picked up our free ...