Prague City Apartments Residence Rybna
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... I was once told that pool is like sex which I'm sure is untrue as a game of pool lasts much, much longer than every sexual encounter I've ever been involved in. Perhaps the allusion had to do with knowing when to be gentle and when to be aggressive - clearly these lads hadn't been given the same advice, or if they had, sex in Poland is a brutal and wild affair that frequently doesn't hit the mark.
Now Mikal had offered me one of his (massive) beers as soon as ...
I won't go into to much detail as this was not our favourite day. Nothing to do with Prague itself just a whole lot of annoying things to happen on one day. We did manage to find an Internet cafe and print off tickets for up coming transport. After almost getting Don locked out of his account of course. Lunch at pub. Duck was delicious, ribs good too. Beer, as ...
Thursday 1st May - travel day! We caught our train at 12:44 to Prague, bargain fare meant an extra 2hrs but the 6hr train trip was very scenic. We arrived into Prague, found an ATM and bought our metro tickets out to our accommodation. Turns out that staying out of town to save some money on accommodation is like staying in the Bronx, luckily we have our own room! Friday 2nd - this morning we made our way into the town centre where we met for the free walking tour. On ...
... pre-fabricated concrete. An awful lot were built and they certainly fitted the Soviet philosophy of equality since they managed to make nearly everyone who lived in them feel really bad. Cold, inefficient, ugly, grey and just ... well awful, the panelaks sprung all around the outer rim of Prague and every other Soviet controlled city and town, blighting the landscape with regular monotony, monotony being the key word here.
In the post-Velvet Revolution ...
... break into our building, and eat us for dinner.
I only had a very small amount of time to actually see the zoo, as I had to read over 200 necropsy reports and make a spreadsheet to organize all the data (in two days). The majority of these reports were in German or English, which was of course no problem, but many of them were in other languages as well as they come from zoos all over the world. I was able to wade my way through the French ...