We left Berlin early in the morning Sunday to go to Prague. On the way there, we stopped at Theresienstadt concentration camp. We had a guided tour there. It was interesting even though I had already been there. After that we drove to Prague and got there around supper time. We ate at the hotel and the food wasn't great. Then, we had the right to go to the city but had to figure out the tram system. This would have been easy, but the ticket machine at the hotel was not working so before getting a tram we had to find another ticket machine. Emily, Cherry, and Emmaby ( a newbie from Australia ) finally found a machine and headed to town. We went to the old town and it was so beautiful at night. We also has one of the famous pastries from Prague and it was so good. The only problem was that afterwards, we had to figure out how to get back and we took a tram that was not going all the way to our stop like it did when we took it into the city. So we had to walk a lot before finding our hotel and ended up being the last ones back there, but it was all ok and funny.
The next day, we had a guided tour and we went to the Prague Castle and to the Old town again. It was really nice and Prague is so beautiful. At lunch time, we saw that a street food vendor was selling potatoes with cabbage and bacon for about 50 ckk. ( maybe 2 euros??). So we all ordered it. Emily was the first one in line and when she went to pay, the guy asked her for 390 ckk ( maybe 16€??) and she paid it. Then when I got mine I was really surprised and asked the guy why it was so expensive and he said it's because the price was per 100 gr. I asked if i could have less and he said it was one portion only. I told him I wasn't gonna pay that and just left, but Emily was stuck with hers. We all ate it together and calculated that we had received about 800 gr. of potatoes. It was a real scam and was pretty annoying but we ended up laughing a lot about it. After that, we decided to go to the grocery and bought some watermelon and ice cream and went to share it in a park. The park was pretty and it was nice to get away from the extreme heat for a little while. We also made flower crowns and listened to some music. Then, it was time to head back to the hotel to eat. After supper, the Rotarians told us they were bringing us to a "water and lights show". I didn't know what to expect at all, but basically it was held in what looked to be an old abandoned circus place and it was some kind of fountain throwing water with lights illuminating it. Also, it was "pop music" theme and they only played songs from three artists; one direction, Rihanna and pink. It was really funny to think that we were just staring at water all night. That was it for Prague, there was a lot of funny adventures and I became really good friends with Emily and Emmaby (I already knew Cherry really well but not these two) so it was really nice!!