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There are a few great hostels around for ...
... this fact and had a tasty lunch over there (at least Gonzalo could try again a typical Czech cuisine in the form of goulash).
From Vilemovice it was only 2 km to the place called "Slunecni zatoka" (it can be translated to English as "Sun bay"). Between 1925 and 1945 it was a site of the oldest Czech scout division called "Prazska dvojka". The leader of such a scout camp was a very famous Czech writer Jaroslav Foglar. This place even inspired him for ...
Snowing hard and enjoying some very special white Czech wine.
Enjoyed some excellent schnapps last night at a local bar and have been hanging out with local DJs listening to awesome drum and bass vinyl mixing.
Been to too many bars and drank far too much of the local shot (some kind of 40% distilled rice wine - URGHH!!)
Wonderful company and walks around the lovely little city of Oloumouc.
... best boarding I have ever had, but it was an awesome experience. The best part about the whole thing, and something my dad would really appreciate as well, was that the whole set up only cost about 15 dollars. Not to say that it was worth much more though, but none the less the experience was amazing and it was something that I will never forget.
Moravia was amazing and it is only the beginning to what should be an awesome semester.
Prague was the next stop on the road trip, by way of Slovakia´s capital, Bratislava. It was an amazing city, perfectly sized for seeing on foot. Prague has the largest castle complex in the world, and it was one of many sights we saw. We explored Mala Strana, the Little Quarter, and Stare Mesto, the old town, extensively. We found many good restaurants and drank many good pints of the local ...