Wednesday, August 28, 2013


As many of you have studied in Prague, Czech Republic. I finally found time to visit! It is honestly a gorgeous and historical city. Even though I was only there for 4 days, I still wanted to be there for a bit longer. I had a personal tour guide, which was a fellow D&M: Courtney Denton. From her studies she was able to show me particular places, for instance, the art deco building that says "Praha." The location I stayed with my friend was near Old Town Square, which was very convenient to everything! In the square there were street performers, street vendors, and the astronomical clock. We went to multiple areas that overlooked the city, which are Lena Park and Petrin. They peaceful areas to just relaxed and sit back to soak in the city. To the left is a picture of me trying to listen to the singing fountain in Queen Anne's Pleasure Palace.
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Aside from the historical parts of city, there are awesome leisure places to visit, such as their verison of a beach, and biggest dance club in central Europe. Below are pictures of the beach, Courtney and I at the Ice Bar in the dance club. It was a nice balance of history and fun when visiting Prague! Honestly, I would go back, since I had an great memorable time. The city is cute, and quiet, when comparing to London. London still hasn't grown on me at all, and I will be leaving the program this weekend to go back home to the states!

1 comment:

  1. Yay! I'm glad you enjoyed your trip to Prague. I tried my best to pack in the most essential sites. From what I can tell, Prague is vastly underrated compared to other European capital cities. I guess that's why they call it the "hidden jewel" of Europe.