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... where people were performing dances in traditional dress to live bands.
That night we met up on the other side of the bridge again for ready for a traditional Czech dinner. Chanel and I shared a Beef Goulash with bread dumplings and Pork Knuckle. The pork unfortunately was really fatty and the goulash lacked meat but was quite yummy. If I had my time again I would have found a little pricier place for better quality food. But then again, Germany is known to ...
... this beautiful city. Having loaded up on coffee and 18 different breads with Nutella, we set off. (BTW, class, we were very impressed with everyone's ability to be up and at 'em on time -- let's keep up the good work ! Parents who are reading; you raised good kids.)
Our first excursion today was to a seminar with Alena Hromadkova and Barbara Day, held in the exquisite Schebek Palace, which today is a think tank / political ...
... Oolamuk in the Czech Republic. On the way we stopped at a church in Kutna Hora where the church was covered in human bones. Bone sculptures, bone piles and even a bone chandelier, very creepy. The next day we travel over the boarder to Poland where we went stayed in Krakow. We went out to Auschwitz concentration camp which an interesting but very emotional place. We seen where many jewsish lost their lives in WW2 learnt about it's history. Back in Krakow we did a bike tour ...
... no utensils, so we ate with out hands atop our massive wooden table. It was awesome. We also spoke in old English accents the entire meal. Next, we walked across Charles Bridge, and over to the other side of the city to do some shopping. The heart of the city has many shopping malls, with a wide variety of shops. One in particular is pretty large. 5 stories! We met up with Dan and Erin at the mall, ...
... It was no fun to walk around and many, many things were shut down. Fortunately, we all stayed safe and bonded back at the hostel, situated a bit away from the city center. Perhaps because of the dilemma we were put into, I was reminded of a key lesson of travel: people make an experience, more so than the actual activity of what we do or what amazing sites we see.
I met the coolest people of all different backgrounds on this stop, ...