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Praha here we come!

Good-bye Mel

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On our last day in Olomouc, we woke up late and packed up our stuff. It's really annoying jamming everything into the backpack again, especially when you keep adding items of clothing to your inventory. Earlier on in the trip, we had to buy shorts and tank tops because it was so hot. In Olomouc, we had to buy a light sweater because the weather is crazy and it started to get chilly.

Once we got to the train station, we found the train pretty easily and boarded. The ride was kind of boring. I mostly read a new book (since I finished that horse one) called "Temple." It involves Incans, ancient statues, guns, and evil Nazis. lol.

Once we got to Prague, we found the hostel fairly easily. I tell you, we're getting better at this whole navigating thing. The hostel, Sir Toby's, is very different from all the ones we've stayed in so far. Whereas all the other ones were small and everyone (except in the first hostel Cheers) was friendly, this hostel is huge. It literally occupies a whole building. 5 stories... well 6 or 7 (I'm not sure) if you count the ground floor and the basement. It has a pub, which is sadly pretty dead all the time.

We didn't really do anything that day except eat at a nearby restaurant. The hostel is not near the center of town, so you have to take the tram to the center and we were too tired to do anything about it. We had a yummy dinner and then did some laundry before heading to bed.

Boring day, but you need those every once in a while when you're travelling for so long.

Posted by wetabixkid 11:02 Archived in Czech Republic

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