Bohemia Plaza Residence
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... class in a few weeks because my teachers have been in the United States at a printmaking conference, the same one I went to last year in SF. My teacher Agata won best print at the conference. Pretty cool. I have attached pictures of my recent work for you to see. Nothing too new, its just taking a lot of work to complete my project for the final show in June. I tend to get frustrated at this point in the school year always because you have your ideas and know what ...
... wall an 5 of us got caught on the train without a ticket €40 fine each ****! Karma catching up after getting through all of Budapest an Prague with no tickets.. Organised a pub crawl for all 40 that night, starts with 2 hours free **** so goes one way. Huge night.. Have a knife pulled on me an others at one point then hit a crazy underground club. Hung as he'll the next morning an off to Cesky Krumlov for a rafting pub crawl! Get 5 rafts an they just let ...
... and despite the lingering mist we opted for the covered outdoor seating. A well appointed seating area outside consists of bistro tables, four tops and patio style sofas. Until Prague, I had never seen blankets set out for guests at cafés and restaurants. After this trip, I can't imagine why this isn't more commonly found stateside. The cappuccino, fruit tea and mocha are great selections. Add the cherry sponge cake, and you won't want to leave. This ...
... and viola player. Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Chopin, Beethoven, Dvorak, etc., etc., in a venue where some of these composers may well have performed. With only 28 of us in attendance, it was a really intimate performance.
Back on the tram to Old Town to visit the Jewish Quarter. Prior to WWII, Prague had a thriving Jewish community. Now the community only numbers in the hundreds following the holocaust and subsequent exodus to Israel. ...
... On our tired out times we relaxed in the sauna or pool at our hostel. We went to the sauna early on our time in Prague because Katie is having a foot and blister problem plus the heat in our room was broken. We each had 4 blankets our first 2 nights and were still cold. On the third night we got more blankets so we were comfortable. After people brought in heaters! It was a godsend. We had a really good time in Prague and can't wait for our next stop in Poland.