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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... around. Steve had a strange cylindrical donut and I had a chocolate crepe. We had a look at the fountain and old Church in the square before heading to the front of the clock to watch it chime the hour.
From here we headed down to the Jewish Quarter. This is a place that had been set up for the Jews to live to keep them away from the rest of society. We saw a huge Jewish cemetery that is apparently 6 or 7 layers, as it began below ground but ...
... time I wrote you I was about to head to Prague. Well that is going to happen again soon (like in five days). It's interesting that the people I have bonded with most over here are not people in my program, well besides Kristina and Sylvia and a few others, But I have made some friends in Prague that I will have forever and I have a hard time staying away. My love affair with Prague is growing big. I cut some of my travel plans out this summer so I could stay there ...
... for almost a week. In my time at La Brisa Loca and with the wheel (I spoke about in my last blog), I witnessed people getting naked, people giving topless lap dances, men kissing each other, people taking body shots, and I indeed was given a lap dance by a friend. La Brisa was the home of some great times but also the home of many horrible hangovers. After many cervezas I needed a break from La Brisa so I stayed a night in a small fisherman town called Taganga. As the ...
... The people who survived the registration process were put to work. The housing rooms for the workers had bunks, a table, 2 benches and a wall with slats for belongings of the Jews. There were 120 people in a cell housing units. They could only lay on their sides when they slept because so many people were in the same bed.
The people worked 12 hours a day, 6 days a week, with no breaks. The male workers were given a small piece of ...
... people would be staying. As for us, we still had the challenge of negotiating the pubic transportation system in Prague, which although initially a bit challenging, is really a great system and fairly easy to use.
So here goes our first attempt. The first thing one must do is buy a ticket in side the metro, that conveniently works for any public transportation (bus/tram/subway). If you are lucky, ...