Remember my post about getting a fantastic deal on a flight
to Prague? Well, that trip was fantastic as well!
I was reunited there with a bunch from the Liberalni Institute
Summer University seminars in 2006:

Hahha, oh and my favorite comparison between the two events
is the CHAMP foosball team :))

Anyway, it was a brilliant weekend, filled with
beautiful sights [charles' bridge]:

delicious food [traditional czech bread dumplings]:

classy bars [bar&books-truffletini <3]

and awe-inspiring art ["welcome to capitalism" modern art
exhibition at DOX-a wall of real stacked books!]

it was a magnificently "satisfactory" weekend,
and i CANNOT WAIT to return.
Prague is an amazing city, and very romantic as well.
If you know where to go. There are lovely romantically lit
walks that one can take, and cozy teahouses and caf├ęs that are wonderful.
It can be overly touristy in parts, but go with a local
and see the wonders!

It was a really strange feeling for me when I first got there,
because i realised how at home I feel in Eastern Europe.
After spending awhile in Lithuania this past summer, it
feels familiar and comfortable in such a place. In everything
from the grocery products [i was able to have the cereal
I used to eat in Lithuania! <3] to the transportation systems
to the people. It felt wonderful.

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