Prague, Praha, Prag, Heaven?
So I’ve been in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, for about 3 weeks now. Around day 2 I determined that I am never leaving.
First of all, this place looks like a sophisticated version of Disney World. Von Trap-ness fills the air.
Second, the exchange rate is in our favor, because a pint of beer costs from $1-2.50, depending on where you get it.
Third, because of AU’s awesomeness, I get to attend classes at the #1 film school in Europe and the #7 film school in the world.
Fourth, as this is a bustling capital city, there is an endless supply of clubs and pubs to suit anyone’s partying fancy. For instance, my comrades and I have frequented such places as the upscale dance club/entertainment facility Sasazu and the hipster, hole-in-the-wall bar named after the Coen epic, The Big Lebowski.
Not to mention that the Czech countryside is home to dozens of smaller cities and towns that range from artsy fartsy to Duloc’s replica. A recent visit to Cesky Krumlov, which falls under the latter category, made me feel less like a real person than any place I have visited before. Observe:
Maybe I am still in the honeymoon phase, but something tells me I might be googling “green-card weddings” in the near future.
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