MOODs Boutique Hotel
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... more to this city than this 70% liquid. Prague had extraordinary views, ...
On Thursday we traveled from Berlin to Prague by train. We got the luxury of sitting in coach (basically first class). There were 6 seats in a little cabin and the seats reclined all the way down. Of course we did the only appropriate things and created a giant bed.. Only to later get scolded by the German train attendant because our shoes were on the seats (German's are very strict about their rules).
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... shots of rum each. Courtney and I walked back to the old town and ran right into a political rally where there was a few bands playing. There were many people around supporting their candidates. We figured why not support these people as well. We first went into the huge shopping center in the area to use the bathroom and ended up taking a shot of rum in one of the bars in the center of the shops. When we got out of the mall we wanted to keep drinking so we went to another ...
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Happy Birthday, America!
4th of July obviously isn't very important here in Prague, but the Czech flag is also Red, White and Blue.
On the train last night we were in a compartment with 3 students from the UK and a young couple from Prague. The train had a long stop at one of the stations on the way to Prague (Vienna I think) and the couple from Prague said something to each other ...
... fact though was that 70% of the Czech Republic is atheist, something i found very surprising. Also on our walking tour, I met a German guy who's uncle moved to Germany 20 years ago from the one and only Cincinnati, Ohio. Small world.
While in Prague, I picked up some absinthe which I've successfully brought back to Dublin.. Can't wait to give that a try. We caught a train to Vienna on Thursday ...