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Pedagogická fakulta UK

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  • Day14

    Prag --> Ústí nad Labem (Aussig)

    July 16 in Czech Republic

    Landschaftlich hat’s mich heute ein bisschen an die Toscana erinnert.
    Labe heißt übrigens Elbe. Hab ich unterwegs irgendwo gelernt. Gegen Ende der Etappe ging’s auch ein paar Kilometer am Fluss entlang (und Vltava war die Moldau).
    Der Norden Tschechiens gefällt mir persönlich besser als der Süden. Einmal der Landschaft wegen und zweitens sind die Menschen hier viel freundlicher. Wenn man grad mal nicht weiß, ob man den oder den Weg weiterfahren soll, kommt kurze Zeit später ein Einheimischer und hilft.Read more

  • Day50

    Prague, Czech Republic

    October 14, 2014 in Czech Republic

    MadHouse Hostel. One of the greatest hostels in the world. Prague's famous atomic clock in picture 3. At Propaganda with others from the the MadHouse hostel including Rod pictured with me who is one of the owners.

  • Day63

    Prague

    July 31 in Czech Republic

    We started our trip to Prague by checking into our hostel, the madhouse. We picked it because it had great reviews and was known for being very social. The hostel had interesting vibes with different themed rooms. We were put into the “psychedelic room” which was decorated with trippy hippy art. Right next to my bed was a huge painting of a semi-phallic mushroom, so I always had that be the first thing to greet me in the morning which was interesting. The hostel also didn’t have air conditioning and it was in the 90s the entire time we were there so us and the 8 others in our room were always quite toasty. Naomi and I made sure to only book places with air conditioning from here on out due to this being the hottest recorded summer in European history. After walking around for a bit we went to the hostels “family dinner” and then to a bar with the hostel. It was really nice that the hostel had all of these events available, however almost every person staying there was a super bro-ey dude so it was the closest I ever get to being in a fraternity which wasn’t quite my scene. We left the bar crawl early and got burritos and called it a night! The next day we slept in a bit and then did a free walking tour of old town. Our tour guide was great and we got to see many of the major sites and get oriented to the city. My favorite thing I learned during the tour was that many famous rulers and figures were assassinated in Prague by defenestration, aka getting thrown out a window! I made sure to steer clear of windows in Prague after that! Naomi’s stomach started hurting during the tour so we went back to the hostel to rest for a bit. When she started feeling better we went to Letná Park which is a park situated high on a hill at the edge of the city. It had a phenomenal view of the city. At the top there were a bunch of shoes hung on one wire which confused us. I later looked it up and apparently the locals don’t know why the shoes are there either. Maybe this is the next stone henge and we will be left puzzled for years to come! We walked around the park for a bit and then enjoyed some ciders at the parks beer garden. After enjoying our time at the park we got back to the hostel 30 minutes after they left for the nights activities which we were okay with. We instead decided to watch the bachelorette men tell all episode in our hostel room. I guess you can say we decided to form our own sorority instead of join the fraternity for the night!Read more

  • Day1

    Prague. Part 2

    August 14, 2017 in Czech Republic

    Второй раз я в Праге. Если быть честной,то еще ни разу города в моих путешествиях не повторялись,я как-то намерено этого избегала. Лететь через Прагу было относительно дешево,а город я и правда полюбила,хоть и была здесь непривлекательной поздней зимой. Мне нравится,что Прага принимает всех, здесь не важно,откуда ты и как ты выглядишь,любой западный человек почувствует себя здесь как дома( мне кажется,что азиатам в целом в Европе не слишком уютно с точки зрения менталитета). Это ощущение меня не оставляет до сих пор. Достаточно съездить в Вену разок,и сразу становится понятно,где тебе действительно рады) Конечно летом в Праге просто какая-то Турция все включено и куча туристов. Улицы переполнены и ,подозреваю,что такая же ситуация у главных достопримечательностей. Сегодня же был день воспоминаний и день заселения в хостел. А завтра будет новый день 😊Read more

  • Day3

    The Mucha Museum

    July 11, 2015 in Czech Republic

    This morning we visited a museum dedicated to the life and work of Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha. He was born in 1860 and died in Prague in 1939, after arrest and interrogation by the Gestapo.

    Mucha did not initially enrol at an art college, but worked as a courtroom usher, where he got into trouble for drawing caricatures of the defendents and plaintiffs there. Later he moved to Paris and had been there for seven years, producing art for magazines and advertisers, when a lucky chance meant he was commissioned to create a poster for Sarah Bernhardt's current play. Apparently he was the only artist available on Boxing Day, when she suddenly decided her play, Gismonda, needed a new poster. The result of this was a six-year contract with her.

    The museum told the story of Mucha's life and depicted the development of his art style, including his famous Art Nouveau pieces, which strangely enough were not those he was most proud of. He tried to disassociate himself from his more commercial work, and concentrate more on other artistic projects which he felt were more important.

    After looking round the exhibits we spent a while in the well-stocked gift shop. There were many beautiful posters but they were just too big to bring home safely. So we bought a pack of cards instead 😄
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  • Day22

    Cafe lourve

    January 5, 2016 in Czech Republic

    Another cafe recommended by paul, its along the way back to our place from the dancing house. The cafe used to be only for the high society people when it open in 1908, but now has opened up for public to dine in. We had the afternoon tea for 2, which is not fabulous but the atmosphere was good! Very classy settings.

  • Day5

    U fleků

    July 18, 2016 in Czech Republic

    투어에서 만난 준영오라버니가 프라하를 떠나는 날이라 같이 프라하에서 가장 오래된 (500년) 맥주집에 갔다.

    맥주는 비슷한 것 같았지만 꼴레뇨가 부드러워서 좋았다!
    하지만 너무너무 배불러서 많이 남겼다.
    그만 많이 먹고 싶다..

    *사진은 내가 찍은게 없어서 오빠가 찍은 것을 올림

  • Day9

    Praha 1_Clarks

    July 22, 2016 in Czech Republic

    신발을 샀다!
    마음에 드는 녀석들은 사이즈가 없어서 슬펐다.
    그래서 결국 3순위를 사게 되었다.
    오래된 운동화는 바이바이🖐

    파랗고 맹꽁이 같은 녀석을 골랐다.

  • Day6

    Potrefená HUSA Národní

    July 19, 2016 in Czech Republic

    삼겹살 파티 후에 숙소 언니들이랑 맥주 한 잔!
    '벨벳맥주'를 먹어보았다. 부드럽군.
    하지만 문 닫을 시간이라 한 잔 마시고 쫓겨났다.

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