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... Firstly, they don't use the Euro as their currency, instead they use the Czech crown (1 euro = 25 crown) which basically reminded me of having Bali money a little. Secondly, their language is totally different ! Unlike French, Dutch and German where some words cross over quite easily, the Czech language is closer to that of Polish and other Eastern European languages. It is as though they have ...
... villages. It is really a very lovely part of the world, that I would love to explore more....maybe on a bike? Well we will see.
We arrived in Prague to find a maze of narrow one way streets crisscrossing each other in a rather unorganized fashion. This made for fantastic for walking and exploring, but not so great for a big bus to navigate. So after some time, the driver dropper us off by a bridge, near the ...
... Fabien and was ALSO from Bordeaux! Fabien had just come from a friend’s vineyard, and is touring around for a couple of months before he starts his new job in France. After the end of the tour, we decided to go back through the Jewish district and explore the synagogues we had seen. We entered the Pink Synagogue, which had the names of every Jew from the Czech Republic that had been killed in the holocaust. The names filled every room ...
... there in time for the 10pm session. A guide took us to our first pub, where we had one hour of free drinks, including absinthe, beer, wine and vodka shots. We played a game…if you said ‘like’ you had to do a vodka shot. Deadly! At the next pub we had lovely elderflower ciders and busted some moves on the dance floor. The finally stop was the ‘biggest music club in Central Europe.’ There were five floors with different themed music, and the top ...
... more fortuitous is that I have a good friend in Prague, Tomas, so I didn’t even have to worry about a hotel. Hotel Pecha (that’s Tom’s last name) was really five-star quality, with a full breakfast service every morning and Becherovka (a traditional Czech liqueur) aperitif in the evenings. The first day of the conference I attended the Opening Ceremony where they gave us sparkling wine at 10:00am and we listed to a series of ...