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... that had beer pong and big screen TVs. The game didn't start until 1230am, but we had a blast hanging out with all of the undergrad study abroad students that Prague had to offer. Let's just say, we were quite a bit more tame and controlled then they were, but had a lot of fun. Most of us left at half time, but a few troopers made it until the end of the game - 5am!
Prague was an amazing city and we had a blast enjoying it with new friends from school!
... by children and by adults, that told the real story in stark, bleak drawings. Most unsettling was the crematorium ovens. Perhaps it was my imagination, but the smell of death was still present, after all these years.
Upon our return to our hotel we met our fellow OAT travelers at an orientation meeting, then had a very lively dinner at a local restaurant, sampling our first Pilsner of the trip.
... until 11!) From there, a walk through the park (uphill all ways) Petrin Hill to Prague Castle. Stopped at Klasterni Pivovar (Monastery Brewery) on the way to the castle. I had a Czech version of a Nicoise Salad and G enjoyed goulash in a bread bowl with a side of sausage. Oh, and beer. We made friends with a couple from France, who shared their table with us, and we then made friends with a couple from Poland who we shared our table with. ...
... is Canada Day, but a much smaller version.
Prague was awesome! I definitely want to come back some day to see and experience more of it. And if legend holds true with me having touched the statue on the bridge, I will be! So much history happened here and the city reflects every major area in its buildings, people and culture. It has been so well preserved, mostly because Hitler and the Soviets treasured it so much.
Tomorrow it's off to ...
... start new life and don't want to go back to Buenos Aires to the cradle of tango anymore. They move on. And that is life. We go through phrases and tango is one of them. It can become your lifetime lover, a hobby, a passion you add to your (sometimes somehow ordinary) weekdays, weekends, weeks, months, years...or you have to leave it behind in order to start new episode.
To be continued.....................