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I'm here everyone! Wahoo! I apologize for not having posted any sooner. I've been here already for a couple weeks. They have definitely been keeping us busy. I appreciate it. I've gotten the chance to see so much of the city in little snippets. I can't wait to spend the rest of the semester exploring the city on my own in deeper detail. :)
I have to tell you though that as a (fledgling) sociologist being in a country that not 25 years ...
... yesterday, along the river, into the city, up to Wenceslas square. As normal Lynne is very well organised. So off we go on our "stroll" which commenced walking across the Charles bridge with 1000 other tourists and and along and around the river. We stopped at one stage for drink of beer and now know why Joan slept so well in Europe as the alcohol level was between 11 and 15%. Lynne only drank 1/2 of hers so slept well the first night. ...
... 3 story subterranean spaces that seems to house a lot of galleries, pubs and music clubs.
Did the hop on hop off tour again to orient ourselves with some of the major sights and learned about Czech Cubism at the School of Architecture. Eric wanted to go through the Jewish ...
... the nature.
2 votes - Cheap everything. From accommodation, food and of course beer, this was a place two tightarse travellers needed.
1 vote - Bears in the castle at Krumlov. No one is going to attack you if you have bears.
WOG - Easy. Equal between smoking in pubs, restaurants, anywhere. Really bad. Woman at tram stop. And the lack of any remotely healthy food options. Even breakfast cereals were sugary snacks that only a seven year old would look forward to!
... to try a restaurant recommended for its goulash served in a bread bowl. While Ivan loved the bread, there just wasn't enough soup. It was pretty tasty though. Our next stop was Wenceslas Square in the New Town (only 800 years old, rather than 1000+, like the Old Town). There weren't as many people on the square as I expected. Maybe it was past the bedtime of some of those school kids. Or maybe their teachers and ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed