EA Hotel Populus
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... been living in Prague for many, many years and the Jewish district was where they had always lived. The way he describes the conditions of the area the Jewish people lived in, there is no mistaking that it was a ghetto in the 1200s. Originally the walls around the area were said to protect the Jewish people inside from sicknesses outside the walls. Soon enough however, the walls served the purpose of keeping the Jewish people inside without permission to leave. ...
... the oldest synagogues in Europe still stand in this area. After a long day, these two tourists head back to the room to rest up.
The next day we take another city tram to the end of the line at Vozovina, the exhibition grounds for Prague up on the plateau. Kind of seedy and in disrepair, but well off the beaten tourist track. Back on the tram and back to the beaten tourist track.
We walk across the Charles Bridge into the ...
... what we have and work with it.
For instance, I have to accept the fact I am never going to win the best tango dancer competition (not that I want to), that I will never have the sharpest boleos and my caminar (walking) needs lots of polishing. These are the facts we have to face ourselves. We all have some boundaries and limits which we know we won't overcome however the ...
We woke to a glorious day and the city of Prague in a slight fog. We wandered down the hill past the castle, stumbling over an enclosed garden on our way. The walled garden blocked out all the noise of the traffic and provide a tranquil escape to the chaos of trams and traffic just behind the wall. Continuing on to the Old town square we joined up with a free walking tour and spent the next couple of hours ...
... in a pool of self-inflicted agony.
It was after one particularly honest feedback session in which my tutor told me I needed to “Just shut the F#$k up! Seriously!” that I realized an immensely important lesson in life. In a classroom, I need to remain entirely present. I need to listen too and understand what my students are saying, discern between the most important focus aspects, and allow them to learn by trial and error. It struck ...