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We arrived in Prague and we were all so excited. There had been free wine on the plane. NO kidding. what a welcome. we were exhausted and giddy. Three vans loaded all of us up. Who is all of us? FSU social work students. We were taking 2 classes "international social work", and "social work for children in a global setting". Our professor was the …
... your time, and because of that I will try to make these entries as fresh and fascinating as I possibly can.
I wanted to start this blog earlier, but I've honestly been very busy, and when I find the time to do something more grounded, I just can't be bothered to write. But I'm writing now. And uploading a whole lot of pictures.
Let's get started.
August 1st, 2013
I hopped on a plane from Baltimore-Washington to Prague, ...
... to arrive at the top. Now, you could take the elevator, which we did with the luggage, but since then: NOPE..it's all uphill LOL
After a brief snack and chit chat, we hiked down the 105 steps and walked about 40 minutes to Cowboys for an awesome supper. I had salmon with vegetable salad and glass of wine. Blair also had salmon and Denise had filet mignon.
On the way back to the flat, ...
... average too and I didn't have the gumption to send it back. At least the views were as I remembered them.
Our final full day was another relaxing one. We had a late start and cruised around town and did a spot of shopping. In the afternoon we did a tour of Prague's historic underground. We learnt that many hundreds of years ago the area of Prague inside the city walls was lifted by up to 4m to limit the effects of flooding. This resulted in ground ...
Connecting Mala Strana and Old Town is the Charles Bridge, which was built of stone in the 14th century. I had a love/hate relationship with the Charles Bridge. I loved the fact that there was so much to see. Truly there is so much on this bridge that I don't know that it would ...
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Not all was perfect, but what a great location. we had a kitchen. awesome flatmates
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.