Hotel Galileo Prague
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Calendarium of Totalitarianism, an incredibly interesting display in Wenceslas Square (the Christmas carol runs through my mind so I must call it New Town or the square) on freedom week http://www.oponaops.eu/opona/en/project s/Calendarium-of-totalitarianism/about (looks like we will need to take a picture of every panel on display – yikes, …
... a yellow capsicum salad mix and some roast potatoes. After dinner we left for our walking tour of Prague, Luke had mixed some vodka cocktails together for everyone to have along the way, and we ended up missing our first tram as the driver wouldn't let us in, so whilst we were waiting the group got pretty drunk, pretty quickly. We finally got on the tram and headed for the city centre, here we visited a few ...
... in France, I spent more time with the Locals. I will answer this question for Austria, but mind you that Austria has a lot of different areas. I would say the first crazy thing is how many dialects they have there. Also, it was cool because they are much more organic than we are. When I was there, there was a box to recycle, trash, organic, plastic and aluminum foil. It was really intense but what they normally do. They are also more aware of the water that they use and the lights ...
... middle of your table there are four beer taps and a tiny computer screen. You get to pour your own beers and the computer records it all. Now every table has the same thing and there are pubs all over the place exactly the same and it's a massive competition to see what table can drink the most beer! There is a big screen in the pub that shows the leader bored. Kieran and Layla did not drink beer because Layla hates the taste and Kieran knew that if he ...
... hall called Pivovarsky Dum. We hung out there for a while and tried some of their beers. Had to order some food to go with it - we tried potato pancakes and pork, dumplings and gravy. Probably would taste brilliant if done properly but it was really basic pub food where everything seems to be deep-fried! Chris got a beer taster set - the dark, wheat and coffee beer were good. They seem to produce a few fruit flavoured beers - we dont recommend the banana or nettle beer. Smells good but tastes ...
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