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... as we were desperate for some shut eye. Alas this however was not to be, after meeting a Russian who spoke french and was learning English but seemed to lack the knowledge of personal space demanded an English lesson on the use and context of 'like', three hours later Tom then had to explain to Laura that is why we don't talk to stranger, we jumped into bed. And within 10 minutes our fellow roomie was asleep as well, and very quickly it became apparent we had a ...
... night we went to an Indian restaurant which had some kind of funny new-age lighting at the tables that made your food appear to take on all kinds of interesting colors. At one point Tom’s chicken looked bright neon orange and the cucumber sauce took on the appearance of ectoplasm from Ghostbusters. And finally there was dinner at the “Seven Cockroaches,” a medieval themed restaurant near Prague Castle, where an extremely large group of people ...
... to look way up at me?
Maja was especially energetic. She always had some place to go, she never sat still. This evening, she led me to her apartment for some spicy "kim-chi" vegetables, and then across town to a park. Once we found her friends there, she performed acrobatic yoga with them and balanced on a "slack-line" rope.
We talked about everything. And then we talked about her boyfriend. I knew ...
... I decided to buy some entry tickets. Brendan had already seen inside parts of the castle so he decided to break off from us. Whit and I explored the Cathedral, but didnt go up in the tower where the giant bell hangs. It reminded us of Notre Dame. We also got to see some halls of the castle, none of which compared to Windsor castle, and weren't allowed to take pics without a pass (in some cases that didnt stop Whitney). We saw the torture chamber, and a display ...
... of the neighbourhood known as Malastranska.
Returned to the Xmas market in the Old Town later in the day, and enjoyed some more gluhwein and streetfood there.
The evening was spent at the Estates Theatre attending a peformance of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. I really enjoyed the opera, and felt extremely priviledged to be able to witness it being performed in this magnificent old opera theatre.
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