Monthly Archives: April 2013

Thoughts with the Golden City

Thinking of all those who have been affected by the blast near the National Theatre in Prague today. Advertisements

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Hluboká nad Vltavou, Czech Republic, in Two Hundred Words

With egg white walls and balconies fit for crashing princess locks, Zamek Hluboka is a striking cardboard cut out of a castle. In fact, it came from the same cutter as a little English castle called Windsor. After holidaying in … Continue reading

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Photo Thoughts- Zamek Hluboka, Czech Republic

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Six Reasons to Leave the Golden City

Upon graduating Cardiff University in June 2012, I took off my mortarboard with a big sigh of “what the devil is next?” I sloped back over the border to the West Midlands, finished my CELTA in Birmingham and applied for … Continue reading

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Dilettante’s Hangout, Cesky Krumlov

Before you climb the staircase to Dilettante’s Hangout, be sure to stock up on daily provisions, and a good few bottles of red. Now, Cesky Krumlov is a Czech jewel and it’s worth seeing again and again. But book into … Continue reading

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Central Station Announcement: Very Inspiring Bloggers Award

Central Station is pleased to announce that it has been nominated for a Very Inspiring Bloggers Award! To accept the award the rules are as follows: 1) Display the Award logo. 2) Link back to the blogger who nominated you. … Continue reading

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The Vintage Guide to Prague: Cafe Slavia

Well, what is it? The quintessential Prague cafe experience complete with castle views and a pianist. And where is it?Perfectly placed next to the grand sweep of the Vltava River, Cafe Slavia and the National Theatre decided to take a … Continue reading

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