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... in protest of the Warsaw Pact intervention against the Prague Spring reforms, which liberalised government policies and human rights restrictions. Two fellow students also later carried out the same action years later and in 1989, twenty years after Palach's death, large scale protests were held in what became known as Palach Week, a precursor to the Velvet Revolution later the same year. Just a reminder that every person has the ability to change the ...
... The dumplings were more like a dense bread (there was no filling). The beef was served with cranberries and whipped cream all swamped in a gravy. It was heavy, but good.
Dark clouds started to settle in so we headed back after dinner. We passed by a square that was hosting a Jewish festival, but we didn't get a chance to stay and explore all the tents.
-- Ryan L.
Dobry Den (Hello in Czech)!
That is about as far as I got with the language, so a piece of advice don't plan on learning Czech in 5 days! I have spent the past 9 days traveling between 3 countries and it has been quite the amazing experience. I began spring break in Prague, Czech Republic where I was whisked away into a fairytale city that looked like something from a Disney story. I was glad that I was in such an interesting place and had plenty of time to explore. ...
... remember this is the beautiful art nouveau concert hall and multipurpose facility. I decided to take a tour (without the tour all you can see is the lobby), but I had to wait for the afternoon tour a 4pm. I decided to check out the Mucha Museum in the meantime.
Alfonse Mucha (MOO-kah) was a painter and graphic designer in the turn-of-the-century bohemian style. He, along with Toulouse Lautrec, essentially created the ...
... of the museum that looked over the main street – and just watch the world go by.
Prague is definitely the most picturesque city we have been to so far, but we weren’t the only people enticed by its beauty. There is so much more to Prague than the tourist traps indicate in the centre. Looking back, I’m glad we made the last minute decision to ditch the “Prague Pub Crawl” and explore some of the quieter ...