The Augustine Hotel Prague
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... you feel that there is something missing. That to be really together it means that you sometimes don't go to milonga, you stay in, watch telly, go roller skating, cycling, visit your friends, see a band, you are ill, he/she is ill, you stay together and your life is not based on tango - milonga-bed cycle. That you have to deal with practical issues, paying the bills. It doesn't sound that romantic anymore. Yet that is the reality of life.
Can the tango relationship last? ...
... 0 degrees outside!!! On Sunday morning we set off on a walking tour of Prague, starting at the top of the city near the castle and then making our way down through the old town and to the main square and Christmas markets. I'd been to Prague before, so while the sights weren't new, it was great to be there again and see everything decorated for Christmas. The rest of ...
... trees at different stages of loosing their leaves. Everything was so colourful! I walked back slowly in time to meet the stragglers, then I took them to Bakehouse, the bakery I'd been to the day before on the walking tour. We had a delicious lunch there, I had 3 different types of salads with lots of veggies, Natan had an amazing croissant and Elle got a quiche with pumpkin and feta on top. Delicious! We met our tour guide at the square, and ...
... next leg then grab a meal over the road at Ferdinanda, a place that Petr, our host, had recommended. Best value, real Czech food and served by a man who was a cross between Basil Faulty and his off sider. Great service, by our side every time we looked up and when not there, then watching us from the other end of the underground grotto that the restaurant was built in. Entertaining and cheap. After our last roam of Prague by night to get some night shots from bridge and it was time for ...
... t stop laughing. Even our teacher couldn't stop laughing at him and had a really good time. The ending song was Candy Shop by 50 cent and we all got in a circle and our professor jumped in the middle and danced. Dr. Csomay is one of the most incredible professor's I've ever had, and one of the most fun to be with. Her silliness and her trust in us made our experience amazing, and we respected her in every thing we did. She ...
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