All You Need Is Love by Annabelle Lake

My day started off a bit rough when I woke up over an hour after I wanted to, and just 15 minutes before we had to leave the apartments, but it was all uphill from there (literally). We immediately hopped on the tram to a mountain overseeing Prague, where we hiked all the way up before climbing even more steps to the top of the view tower there. From there, I had a spectacular view of the city and surrounding landscape, which you can see in the picture below (though it was much more breathtaking in person).After trekking down the mountain and making our way to lunch, we visited the John Lennon wall (a symbol of protest by young people against communism, originally, but used now to advocate for modern political issues). The graffiti was thick and nearly indecipherable in most parts, but still made for a cool sight.From there, we were allowed some free time after visiting some of the less-trafficked areas of the city. I went shopping with Ben, Jackie, and Annabelle, then enjoyed some good old Starbucks before catching the metro and a tram back to the apartments to eat some leftovers for dinner (saving those Kč whenever possible 🤑). Since it was a hot day today, I was drinking a lot of water and I noticed that I haven’t seen anyone with large water bottles like mine in Prague. I’m not sure if I just haven’t been looking or if Nalgenes just aren’t as prevalent here, but it seemed interesting that I’ve seen smaller water bottles, considering the fact that most places charge for water!Looking forward to going to sleep and resting my blistered feet. More tomorrow! My day started off a bit rough when I woke up over an hour after I wanted to, and just 15 minutes before we had to leave the apartments, but it was all uphill from there (literally). We immediately hopped on the tram to a mountain overseeing Prague, where we hiked all the way up before climbing even more steps to the top of the view tower there. From there, I had a spectacular view of the city and surrounding landscape, which you can see in the picture below (though it was much more breathtaking in person).
After trekking down the mountain and making our way to lunch, we visited the John Lennon wall (a symbol of protest by young people against communism, originally, but used now to advocate for modern political issues). The graffiti was thick and nearly indecipherable in most parts, but still made for a cool sight.
From there, we were allowed some free time after visiting some of the less-trafficked areas of the city. I went shopping with Ben, Jackie, and Annabelle, then enjoyed some good old Starbucks before catching the metro and a tram back to the apartments to eat some leftovers for dinner (saving those Kč whenever possible 🤑).
Since it was a hot day today, I was drinking a lot of water and I noticed that I haven’t seen anyone with large water bottles like mine in Prague. I’m not sure if I just haven’t been looking or if Nalgenes just aren’t as prevalent here, but it seemed interesting that I’ve seen smaller water bottles, considering the fact that most places charge for water!
Looking forward to going to sleep and resting my blistered feet. More tomorrow!

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