In Prague, we met up with Rachel, Kyle, and Emily. We walked around the city some (walking was the theme for this trip), and tried some Absinthe! It was sort of gross. Liquorice is not my favourite flavour.
While in Prague, we went on a free city walking tour, and learned some history along with seeing the sights. History is much more interesting when you can see the places where things are happening. Being out in the fresh air didn't hurt either!
On the free tour, we heard about the history of Prague, the Czech president who steals pens, and who nobody wants to kill.
We learned about some religious wars that happened in the Czech Republic, and about definistration (throwing people out windows).
After the tour, we stopped by the John Lennon Wall, which was very cool. And colourful.
We also came across the most delicious market food at an Easter market. It is called trdelnik, and is a cross between monkey bread and a donut. There is nothing this good at fairs in the states, and I would really like to know why. This stuff is delicious.
After our explorations in Prague, we headed to Vienna on another train! Because trains are wonderful, wonderful things.