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... wouldnt take any more reservations. Luckily, Mark and Gayle were already there for dinner, so they grabbed a bigger table and we made our way over there to meet up with them.
I tried my very first beef tartar as well!!! Ashley has been raving about it but I have always been a little nervous to eat it - raw egg and raw beef? But it was really delicious! And where else to try it for the first time than in Prague?
Friday morning we again ...
... very competitive round of uno till late.
With Christmas being celebrated on the 24th here, we prepared early stocking up on food and booze before all the shops closed. Had another walk around town, loving the small cobbled streets and old buildings.
Accidentally finding a great view point of the castle.
On Christmas day we did the usual open presents, much to drink, and ate stupid amounts of food. However being in Prague ...
... We got to see the astronomical clock and a cute street market as well as all of the different buildings and churches in the area. I wished we had found this area sooner but it just gave me an excellent reason to return to Prague.
I had an excellent time in Prague and only wished I had a few more days to truly appreciate it's beauty. I loved the way the scenery and buildings were so different and that there was a lot to see. Prague impressed me for sure!
I don't know how it happened, but I woke up early enough this morning to shower and pack some last minute things before heading out for the program’s travel weekend. Zack, Jennifer, Kate, Charlie, Courtney, Robbie and I all decided to take full advantage of our free time and hit up Prague.
After a quick breakfast, we managed to get out the door at a reasonable time and walk to the bus stop. From there, we took the bus to the train station ...
... people, no matter where we are. I like to watch them interact with each other, learn about what their customs are, their work, and how they live. By simply sitting and observing, I tend to learn MUCH more than I could about the people than I could ever learn by reading........even though I only understand a few words of their languages.
A word of advice when you travel.....keep your eyes open. Pay attention. Never be so busy that ...