Thursday, May 19, 2011

from home to work


Some photos taken this morning on my way to work. The walk is about 30 minutes, but it can be longer if I get lost. There are many different routes, but this is the one I took today.

Colourful buildings near my neighbourhood. 


A gigantic church.


It's nice that there are clocks placed here and there in the city to keep watch-less people like me on track with the time. 


Passing by the National Museum (the museum is building behind, on the right).


At Náměstí Republiky (Republic Square)


Turning into a smaller street where my work building is located!

There are always a lot of interesting things to see when I walk outside in Prague. Aside from being fascinated with the architecture, I also enjoy seeing the different kinds of people that I pass by!

4 comments:

  1. J’adore votre blog……super

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  2. I loved the public clocks in Europe, and it was actually really disorienting to come to Canada and not know what time it was. It's funny that Europe is much more relaxed about punctuality, but is so much more aware of the passage of time.... maybe it's a philosophical thing?

    Anyway, I'm glad to see you're enjoying Prague! I wanted to comment when you posted about your first day and say how much I admire how brave you are. Going to a strange city and staying in a hostel until you find a place to live! That's just incredible. You have such an incredible spirit :)

    Jenny II

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  3. hey you! the 2nd photo is amazing... enjoy the Prague-licious!

    How are you? haven't heard things from you for a while?

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  4. Jenny!! So nice to see a message from you and thank you for the kind words! Me too I really like the more relaxed attitude towards time in Europe. It is also nice to see people enjoy life more here too. :) I guess you just finished your degree?! If so, big congrats!! Do you know your next life step yet? Hope all is well with you. Take care!!

    Hey Darmaine! Nice to hear from you again. Likewise I feel like I haven't heard from you in a while!! I am doing good, just got to a new city. I will be here for the summer. Are you going back to school this September? Hope you are enjoying the summer in Toronto!

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