Ibis Olomouc Centre
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Travel Blogs from Olomouc
... to the rise of irreligious feelings.
Most of the monuments here seem to say that the Czechs have a long memory, and they’re naught like to forget their past. The Czech Republic has such a rich history, and even though most of it is unfortunate or unpleasant, the Czechs have found ways to constantly remember and pay homage to their heritage. Everything here is a living monument; each Czech is a testament to days gone ...
... art than a play. There is no script, and almost everything we do is improvised.
Tereza and Petr do a wonderful job of pushing us to think outside the box. Most of their directions are given in Czech, so I have to rely on others to interpret for me. I think I would have a hard time understanding Petr even if I did speak fluently... He is usually very excited about what we're doing, and he speaks very quickly.
This week has gone by about ...
... bright and early Monday morning. After about five hours of class, the girls and I got lunch. Then we went to a lecture about the death of the Czech Newspaper, and the state of their media in general. It was a fascinating talk, but I didn't get a good enough grasp of it to state my opinion or even give any facts... It was a bit over my head. It definitely piqued my interest, and I am excited to learn more about my own country's media.
... of cognates (words that are related to or sound like their English counterparts). For example, "banán" (banana), "salám" (salami), and "citrón" (which is lemon, but it reminds me of citrus). However, there is a greater volume of words that have NO connection to English, and are much harder for me to recall.
I do feel as though I'm succeeding in my classes; my pronunciation ...
... history. I guess I just had to expect a Cathedral named after him somewhere. First built in the 12 century but once again rebuilt a few times and now of course Gothic. The associated museum was huge, well laid out and in English. Walked in thinking I wouldn't need a ticket but soon got told I needed one but it was free - even had $0 printed as the price. I went to leave it a couple of times but got hauled back each time and directed to another wing that they knew I hadn't ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed