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February and March

It’s finally getting into spring time which I’m happy about! I’m much more of a summer/hot weather person than winter… winter was terrifying trying not to slip over on the ice all the time haha. 713 more words

Your verses can be a currency on the World Poetry Day

Tomorrow, March 21, twelve Czech coffeehouses are celebrating the World Poetry Day by allowing their customers to pay for coffee by own poems.

“Any customer who will visit us on Saturday, March 21 and order a cup of coffee will be informed that he or she can use their own poetry to pay for it. 77 more words


The Festival of Light in Pilsen (Plzeň) 

Ten of artistic light installations will illuminate the Radbuza embankment on Friday, February 20th and on Saturday, February 21stbetween two industrial areas: the hall of the former public transport depot and the area of the Pilsner Urquell Brewery.

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Pilsen and Mons: meet Europe's cultural capitals for 2015 #Mons2015 #Pilsen2015 #CulturalCapital

Pilsen (Plzeň) in the Czech Republic and Mons in Belgium are Europe’s cultural capitals for 2015. Inaugurated in 1985, cultural capitals highlight the diversity and richness of European culture, while also fostering a European identity. 398 more words


on the road by motorbike/bus/bicycle

(The original post written in Bulgarian dates back to 6 April 2014.)

I have the feeling I haven’t written here for years but it’s not because things don’t happen to me anymore. 1,404 more words

Czech Republic

Pilsen (Plzen)

The City of Pilsen (also known as Plzen) is an easy day trip from Prague. The popular bus company, Student Agency, operates hourly trips from the main bus terminal and you can find yourself in the city within an hour after leaving Prague. 608 more words

Plzeň, Czech Republic

This weekend was spent in Plzeň enjoying brewery tours, beer, and the festival celebrating Plzeň recently being named the European Capital of Culture for 2015. 1,243 more words