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Volkswagen by Gavin Maschmeyer

Tuesday June 5th  Today the La Lumiere squad went to Dresden, Germany. We took a bus early in the morning, with it being about a two-hour drive. When we got there we first went to a big mall and walked … Continue reading

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Dresden by Wyatt Toothaker

Today we got up early to go to Dresden, Germany. A two hour bus ride took us to the train station where we continued on foot. For lunch we went to a Middle Eastern restaurant and I ordered lamb shawarma. … Continue reading

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Germany … Maybe… Kafka by Wyatt Toothaker

Today we planned to go to Dresden, Germany but instead decided to have a fun day out on the town. We split up into groups, some went shopping while some went to the zoo. Breakfast was good, I ordered the … Continue reading

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Dresden… No… Prague by Andy Emmons

Monday began early as we got up to leave for Dresden, Germany. We missed our bus to go, so we ended up staying in Prague for another day. My day mostly consisted of walking around and shopping. After buying some … Continue reading

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Communism and John Lennon by Wyatt Toothaker

It was a very eventful day today. We explored Praha, an old farmers market, and the Charles Bridge. The old farmers market was in a central location in Praha and there were many stands connected side by side. They sold … Continue reading

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Gardens, Walking, and Foosball by Gavin Maschmeyer

Sunday June 3rd Today started off with a good breakfast and a travel around the city. Dylan wanted to see the Palffy gardens a lot. So we headed to the bottom entrance of the Palffy Palace but it was closed … Continue reading

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Petrín Lookout Tower by Mitch Cary

Day 6 we visited a very packed Charles Bridge. Before crossing the bridge we got ice cream and went to an old market from the medieval ages. We then visited the Lennon Wall. The small stretch of wall was graffitied … Continue reading

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