7 Entries Tagged with "Czech Republic"
Posted by kmeyers on April 12, 2017.
By WSA Intern Emily Rose
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If you’re reading this and have no idea where the Czech Republic is then don’t worry, you’re in the same boat as 90% of the people who asked where I was spending my semester abroad and looked utterly confused … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on October 2, 2010.
On Tuesday afternoon—our last in Prague—Pat and I were given the chance to tag along with a group of students at the CERGE Economics Institute to a hockey match between Prague’s home team and the team from the Czech equivalent of Pittsburgh. Whatever it was called, it was the first … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on October 1, 2010.
Sept. 29 2010
For one of our last nights in Prague Pat booked us a couple seats for a classical string concert. At first, the concept of it sounded tacky and like just another tourist trap, since the staff of these concerts is composed not entirely, but mostly of hand-to-hand flyer … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on September 28, 2010.
Sept. 28 2010
Having a bite or taste of home is a quick-fix to a bit of homesickness. While I haven’t been feeling it so far during our trip, I’ll always enjoy and appreciate something that reminds me of college and or home.
This morning, I grabbed a bacon, egg and cheese bagel at a place … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on September 26, 2010.
Sept. 26 2010
I woke up on Friday excited for the afternoon. I had scheduled a meeting with William Sr. and Jr. Lobkowicz. Their family is the only Noble family outside of royalty who has a palace up in Prague Castle. Earlier in the day, I tagged along a couple walking tours trying to find … More »
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The trip I took with WSA was amazing. We had an incredible tour guide and we got to see the most important attractions Krakow has to offer. We did vodka tasting, a golf cart ride through the jewish quarter, schindlers museum, Auscwhitz and Birkenau, and a tour of the whole city. We packed everything in in two days. I highly recommend this to people who are backpacking or studying abroad throughout europe. This is definetly targeted to a younger crowd, but was absolutely worth the money.Charlie Moore, University of Denver ~ AIFS Salzburg, Fall 2015
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