Hotel U Divadla
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... the sugar dissolves and the glass is filled with water. As it tastes like licorice, needless to say I didn't like it at all but now at least I can say I've tried it, and the lychee cocktail I had to wash it down was wonderful!
We were very sad to leave Prague. I feel like I could have stayed for another week easily and not been bored. But either way, we have hopped a train to Vienna and are spending ...
... my good looks, no?” Laughter and applause all round. He was just as good at working a crowd as he was a group of tourists, if not better.
Up the band started and to my complete lack of astonishment it was brilliant, tuba and drums keeping the beat and George chiming in with the accordion where needed. The clarinet player was sensational and the whole bar clapped loudly every time he finished a solo. The music was impossible to categorise, but if I had to describe it I ...
... in a pool of self-inflicted agony.
It was after one particularly honest feedback session in which my tutor told me I needed to “Just shut the F#$k up! Seriously!” that I realized an immensely important lesson in life. In a classroom, I need to remain entirely present. I need to listen too and understand what my students are saying, discern between the most important focus aspects, and allow them to learn by trial and error. It struck ...
... Skopovy will be our only souvenir of Prague. WAIT A SECOND; I haven’t had any of this world famous Czech beer. OK, let’s try 'em all! Off to the Prague Beer Museum which is really a bar that has about 30 different beers on tap. I ordered a tasting of 5 different beers – totally illegal in Utah and I loved being scandalous! I liked them all except the Svijany Weizen -- ...
We started the day at 9am and made our way to the Old Town Square. It was here that we had to meet for the Free walking tour.
As the tour didn't start until 11am, we had ample time to stroll around and came across a little market and did some browsing. This is where the photo of the light poles was taken.
In the town square there is a astronomical old clock that does a 20 second performance on the hour. It ...