March 31, 2007
St. Vitus Cathedral at 10 am on Saturday. A lot of tourists, mostly Italians. The entry fee is 100 Kc (Czech crowns; that is about 3.50 Euro). But it is going to be entirely free from next week. And starting tomorrow Prague castle's gardens are being opened.
Like this one for example:
Well, I have to add one more. At Ujezd, just under the Petrin hill.
March 28, 2007
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March 22, 2007
Andel is the new center of Prague. It's close to everything, there are trams to almost anyplace in Prague and there's a metro station. And there's a big shopping center, two multicinemas and much much more (including small Prague Apple store :).
Andel is angel in English and it got its name after a sculpture of angel which was there many years ago.
March 21, 2007
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March 14, 2007
Husova street at Old Town.
I once ordered a dvd at a webshop and chose option "pick up at our store at Husova street". I went there the second day, walk through the street several times unable to find the store. Well, they have Husova street in Brno, the second biggest city in the Czech republic, about 200 km from Prague, too :) Friend of my father's friend had to go, pick it up and a month later gave me the dvd on her way to Prague.
March 13, 2007
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March 11, 2007
From Motorcycle show that ended today at Vystaviste fairground at Holesovice. There were so many people. They say there were over 20.000 of them on Saturday. I bet on the same number today. It was sunny and there's Matejska pout amusement park in the fairground, too. This makes it the perfect place to spend Sunday :)
More photos from the motorcycle show at Flickr.
And by the way. You may know Eurovision song contest. Czech Republic joined it for the first time this year and the winer from our national round is band "Kabat" with song "Mala dama". They are very popular in Czech Republic and it was no surprise they won in the text message voting. You can see them on YouTube.
March 10, 2007
This describes the photo from wednesday. It's a pillar made of books (most of them are the political books from the communist era, I think). And it has mirrors inside: one at the top, one on the bottom. So when you look inside it seems to be infinite deep. It is strange when you look there for the first time. People are usually scared to bend over because they don't want to fall :) But when you bend over enough, you'll see yourself in the mirror.
March 9, 2007
This changing room at Pull and Bear's was so huge. We have only one Pull and Bear store in Prague (as far as I know). It's at Chodov shopping centre. It's at the metro station Chodov and it is pretty big. They have a couple of dinosaur's skeletons displayed here right now :)
March 8, 2007
This is at one of our school's buildings. This is kind of hidden place at the top floor in the section that is only partly used by MBA students. Great if you don't want to be bothered by anybody. I had another even more abandoned place in our second building at Karlovo square. In the tower with big window you could sit in :)
March 7, 2007
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All of them were waiting for the next part in programme of World of Beauty and Spa Trade Fair which was held in Holesovice fairground. There'll be Motorcycle show next week and Veteran Car Show in May (at which we'll be participating).
March 2, 2007
March 1, 2007
There used to be a cinema. One with the best sound in those days. There's a Broadway theatre now. And also a language school. The entry is just under the "Divadlo" sign (which means "theatre"). I attend german class here.
This all is on Na Prikope street. One of the most expensive streets in Prague. It leads to Wenceslas square.