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I missed out on posting yesterday simply because I was out until around 11:00 pm, and by the time I got home, after walking around all day, I was exhausted.

Yesterday consisted of more walking and more touring, but please don't think i'm complaining. The fact that I get to walk around this great city, view some of the greatest things my eyes have ever seen, and exercise while doing so is great. As I have been saying to almost everyone here, there is not one obese person in Prague, because of all the walking up and down hills and steps. Anyway, yesterday also consisted of more tours. In my photo class, Ariya took us to a couple galleries and what not, one of which was in the Prague Castle garden. After photo, I then go to Prague architecture with Carol. Carol ended up taking us on a tour of the Old Town Hall including a trip to the very top of the building, which gives you a great view of the entire city. After our tour, we ate at a small coffee shop which served me a great panini and an incrediblely large latte. Both were great, as you can expect. After that, we walked around town a little more, but forgive me, I saw so much yesterday, I can't remember everywhere I went. After I came home, we were told to meet at the local Museum of Medieval Torture. Sounds great, right? When we got there at 9:15, it was closed, even though it said it closed at 10. So, Polly and I walked across the Charles Bridge for the first time together. (it was my first time ever) We ate a a nice little restaurant in the cellar of a building, then came home. I am being rushed because we have class soon, so i'll post the photos later.

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Posted by thisdue 09:44 Archived in Czech Republic

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