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... of Economics in Prague. This will be my new home for the next 4 months. I will be living in an apartment with a friend from high school who is going with me. Anyway, I hope to stay in contact with you all and will be updating this blog regularly with pictures and details. I hope you decide to come on this journey with me! Please stay in touch and feel free to reach out to me! Dublin, here I come! Until next time, ...
... checking in we walked down to the water front to visit the St. Louis Arch. We missed the tour, but got a good look up close. We also went down to the "Mighty Miss" and tested the waters. Since we're staying an extra day, we plan to go back and take the tour tomorrow. Well, there are no Mini pictures today. Poor Mini is getting so dirty I'm embarrassed for anyone to see her. I'll have to find a do it yourself car wash soon. I'm excited about tomorrow. I'll take lots of pictures. ...
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... sat down. We didn’t stay long, perhaps because we
didn’t feel particularly welcomed. $6
for 2 draughts.
We made our
way onto Hampton Avenue, and went southward, through heavy traffic, blinding
sunshine, and heat rising in waves on the pavement. My Lion’s Choice T-shirt was heavy and
dripping the humidity. The humidex
temperature had risen beyond the 100 degree plateau, and I was feeling
... we wait in this area for another 10 minutes. There's more exhibit type stuff about the building of the arch and the architect and it's mildly interesting but after this long, really, who the hell cares. I've long since realized there is absolutely NO WAY the view at the top of this thing can be worth this wait. If the elevators were Top-Thrill-Dragster style rollercoaster cars I still wouldn't have waited 2 hours for the ride. Oh, and ...