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... back to Prague and got some Pho Ga. This Vietnamese soup has become one of my new favorite foods!
On Saturday, Bram, Grace, and I decided to go to visit the Karlstejn castle. The Karlstejn castle is located about an hour outside of Prague above the little village of Karlstejn. This castle was founded in 1348 by Charles IV, Holy-Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia. King Charles IV is one of the most famous names in the Czech Republic and many things in Prague ...
... sure how the elderly here drink that. I guess if it is good for your health it would be worth it though. I found it fascinating to watch the water flow out of it and follow down its path, staining the ground orange as it went. The walk finished back in the town, we ate lunch, and then headed back to Prague!
Overall, it was a nice and relaxing weekend. I got to meet some new students from ...
We arrived in Karlovy Vary and we went for a walk around town and their tradition is healing spa water.
Some of it is about 72 degrees and then you drink it and it heals you, I don't believe it.
But I am DEFINITELY NEVER drinking that water again.
The next day is Zaras BIRTHDAY, but the funny thing is I slept in until about 9:00 until they
We walked around town.
This town is known for healing water and spas.
The healing water is disgusting. It is 72 degress hot.
That is the hottest I saw.
Dad drank most of it.
I had 1 sip.
IT WAS DISGUSTING!
Zara had her birthday there.
Zara got make up, Anna ...
This is a beautiful, elegant spa town.
The main attraction is walking up and down the streets with your porcelain cup (yes you have to but a porcelain cup, because it is better for you), drinking the supposedly curative waters that come up from the hot springs.
There are many here and they vary in temperature from 30 to 72 degrees.
There are so many people walking around, ...