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Our last stop was Prague. Crossing the famed Charles Bridge and making the trek up the hill to the Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral in the hot summer sun was worth every bead of sweat. The gothic Cathedral has a rich darkness evoking an eerie sanctity. In fact, most of the city had the same feel to it. Very intriguing. It left me wanting to know more about the history of Prague. On the ...
We landed in Prague airport a little after midnight and could not have had a worst start to Prague. I was seriously considering jumping back on a plane to England and forgetting the whole thing! We arrived and found an information desk and asked the lady how to get to our hostel. She spoke good English but seemed confused at the address we gave her. (In hindsight this probably should have been a clue about what was coming!) She told ...
... Born 1933, died 1941. Auschwitz." It was pretty sobering stuff - touring through the incredibly advanced (for its time) crematorium, one could appreciate the ingenuity of the German people that was just used for entirely the wrong purposes. The town itself is still a functioning town although it very much has the feel of a ghost town - very eerie - and the museums are set up in buildings throughout the town. All of the war era buildings still stand, so the museums ...
... point of coming back before leaving Prague to try their samosas.
After a short walk back to the hotel, our rooms where ready and dad was ready for his afternoon nap. We were all a bit tired from traveling so it was nice to take a break.
This evening we strolled through some of the pedestrian streets and had our first glimpse of the Old Town Square and the Astronomic Clock. Everything was lit up and ...
... My teachers is the stereotypical Eastern European woman, good looking, tall, with dark hair. It isn't hard to pay attention to her to put it nicely ha ha. The Charles University does not really have a campus like we have in the US, but rather has many buildings all over Prague. The building we are taking our Czech classes in looks like an abandoned elementary school from the war, but it has new technology in it, its kinda weird I almost feel like I'm still ...
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