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... lt;/b>:<b> </b>On Sunday, a group of my new friends (Jacy, Caleb, Grace, Jake), Bram, and I went to the Globe Café to experience our first Speak Easy. A Speak Easy is where a group of people from various countries come together to help each other learn languages. So, each table is assigned a language and that is the language used at that table. I went to the English table as I do not know nearly enough Czech yet, and helped local Czechs, an ...
... average, we had another relaxing night in.
It was a lot brighter the next day and after a slow start we took ourselves on our own walking tour and managed to see most of the city and climb up to some good vantage points to take some photos. The castle area and the old town square where remarkably untouched during the wars and therefore provided a great backdrop.
The next day we once again hopped on the bus for a short trip to ...
Next onto lunch which was again an amazing veggie culinary experience with Setian Gyros and veggie kebabs.
After lunch we went to the famous Charles River with incredible views of the city. There was this cross on the bridge with Hebrew around it. Something we had never seen. The golden Hebrew text on the crucifix was added in 1696. In 1696, the Prague authorities accused a local Jewish leader, one Elias Backoffen, of blasphemy. As his ...
... getting treated like he was a pretty big deal. His applause lasted about 10 minutes with about 800 bows to the crowd. Then he went and got the composer and more clapping and applauding. But he was incredible. Haven't seen piano like that before. The chaps then came and moved everything off again for the final movement. It was a really nice show and a successful end to Prague.
Our flight was quite early the next day so jumped on the bus home and packed! Goodbye Prague!
... shots of rum each. Courtney and I walked back to the old town and ran right into a political rally where there was a few bands playing. There were many people around supporting their candidates. We figured why not support these people as well. We first went into the huge shopping center in the area to use the bathroom and ended up taking a shot of rum in one of the bars in the center of the shops. When we got out of the mall we wanted to keep drinking so we went to another ...