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- Continental Breakfast
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... was a godsend! I finally felt like a person again. When it was time for dinner I walked to a restaurant around the corner called restaurace mincovna for Czech food. I ordered the traditional potato soup, baked goat cheese salad, Apple streusel, and 2 glasses of wine. It was SO good. The best part is the price... I paid $22.55 for all that. I decided to walk around without direction and see where the wind took me. It was a lovely first night of exploring. Day ...
... or candy and alcohol). Later, the tides will turn as the women get revenge and dump cold water on the men. Such weird traditions, but I love them! Yesterday I saw countless people carrying home their branches and buying eggs and I can only imagine the fun that is taking place right now! Since I have the day off, I am going to head back to the Easter markets, catch up on homework, and get ready to leave Wednesday for Barcelona!
Until next time,
... around Prague. I also just had to buy another fried cheese ;) I'm going to miss that! Around 6pm, I went to meet up with guide for the beer tour (oh, did you know beer is cheaper than water here!? Also, Czech people drink, on average, 1.7 litres of beer per day - and that statistic includes babies!!). On the beer tour, we went to four different pubs, including the Prague Beer Museum, and tried many of the Czech's best and most famous beer! I had a blueberry and chocolate ...
... era, the artists would paint it and the communists would remove it & the artists would continue to repaint it) & Wenceslas Sq. (Named after St. Wenceslas who was the patron saint of Bohemia - this was the location of the "Velvet Revolution" in Nov & Dec 1989, when 41 years of communist rule was overthrown & Czechoslovakia gained independence).
We we started ...
... some money and have a bit of free time before walking up to the museum to catch the bus to our hostel. The hostel was awesome (the same company owns the ones we stay at in Rome, Venice, Prague and Berlin) they have great facilities, free wifi and computers, laundry, bar and restaurant, swimming pool and sauna, really nice common areas etc. but was a little way from ...