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... s new bunny) and said hello to Prague! Prague is a beautiful city and everyone in the world seems to have noticed since it is crowded with hordes congregating in the beautiful old town. the architecture is definitely thaw highlight for me, as I have recently discovered how much i love old grand buildings, especially anything Gothic or with intricate carvings. I then head to Berlin with a day stop in Dresden along thy way where I saw some ...
... other travellers arriving in the middle of the night, I was quite tired. What didn't help was the tour guide who spoke very fast and seemed to make English words up as he went along if he was unsure of them. He seemed to have lots of funny stories to tell about the city and his life but I'll be damned if I understood half of them. After over three hours of walking around with him and the group, I struggled to stifle my yawns so as soon as it ...
... in the next morning we find it is of the same
format as Krakow; a large central square perhaps 200m x 200m with a sort of
island in the middle consisting of a church, some shops and bars. The gabled
facades of the buildings are in various pastel shades and typically 4 storeys
in height; the square is fully pedestrianised and laid in granite cobbles –
some of which are being replaced. The town is in the running for a Capital of
Culture award so there ...
... uses his art to make that culture as real as possible. Its hard to explain but he is a super weirdly bizarre and cool man. We had two large lectures from him and then our small program had a personal mentoring session with him. I will attached photos that were taken of all of it. Honestly it was so nice being around someone from the united states. And he knew two of my teachers well, Danny Miller and Shaurya Kumar from SAIC. I haven't met anyone from the US so it just makes me ...
"<b>Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will" </b> We finally arrived in Wroclaw a little later than planned after a fairly eventful border crossing. Not sure if the fact that we can't understand Polish made it more or less dramatic but the passport control officers were very interested in one family and even offloaded their bags! They studied everyone passports very closely though, they were checked by three different people and one even got out ...