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... the public transport too! felt pretty independent. Eventually we found the beer garden, and definitely worth the trek...spent 3 hours here and had some evening drinks as the sun was setting over the city quite the spectacle!! Heading back on the metro to Wenceslas Square came across buskers, two young guys busking under a small arch way that had attracted many people. Al and I sat here for a further hour an a half watching the two perform. At the end, we went to chat to ...
It was a good thing Mom bought us some snacks, because it was a 5 hours train ride from Vienna to Prague. It was mid-afternoon when we finally found our hostel. Shortly after we made our way to the Charles Bridge. Sheryl (the Taiwanese girl I met in Zurich) was studying just outside of Prague, so we had plans to met up for dinner. She brought us t her favourite restaurant. We had roasted beef in a sauce with bread dumplings. This ...
... It was delightful to walk around town, I was in deep admiration for the gorgeous architecture that surrounded us. Hitler loved Prague so unlike most of European cities Prague did not undergo as much damage and is one of the best preserved medieval capitals in Europe.
Our first stop on the tour was the Old Square which is highly touristic and also the home of the unique astrological clock in the City Hall tower. The clock ...
... course. There, I met my four awesome roommates for the duration of the course, each of them bringing a little bit of something different with them. To be completely candid, I gotta say that that flat, and those roommates, were basically my rock for that first month or so, and I'm really glad I got to stay with each of them for as long as we had together. I shared a flat with two American girls (Jill - from The OC™, Jalaire - from Utah & Texas), Maria ...
... for the Stefanik Observatory.
The Hungry Wall's name The name of the wall also has it´s story. It has also
been known as Zubata (toothed) and Chlebova (of bread), all names
relating to food. The reason for this is that the wall was built at a
time of great famine in the Czech lands. The construction of the wall
was a mode of employment for the city´s poor and