How am I in Prague again?

Through a bit of peer and parental pressure and a bit of enthusiasm on her part, my sister decided to join me for my last three weeks in Europe.

After talking about meeting her for a week I realized it was suddenly only two days until I would see her in Prague.
Prague is many peoples favourite city: it’s beautiful, cultural and cheap. Also, it appeared to be close to Slovenia. Kind of. It doesn’t feel close when you have to catch a six hour train to Vienna then another from there to arrive in Prague at four-thirty in the am. Mmm.

It’s kind of super strange traveling with someone else. Almost as strange realizing I now have a piece of my family next to me again.

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We’ve been dividing our time between our interests which led to a trip to the Prague zoo on her second day here. Luckily we both like eating tasty food and I introduced her to kofola (better then cola)

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best looking birds

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great quotes on the Lenin wall

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IMG_2426.JPGsome traditional pastry and craft coffee (sister had the chocolatiest hot chocolate)

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Someone who knows what she's doing but doesn't know what to do with herself. Love's looking at mountains, finding delicious food at markets, keeping active and riding her cruiser around. View all posts by robin

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