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Elevators At Sea (Alex)

by on July 25, 2015

Today, we went to a the park on the hill above town, and did a boat tour. The hill had a fake version of the Eiffel Tower. The view was good, but the lift was tiny. The hill also had a mirror maze. The maze wasn’t hard, but it was cool. because it was made 100 years ago. At the end of the maze, they had a couple of ‘distorting’ mirrors. I don’t know what I was expecting, but not what they had. They had mirrors that made you look like you had no knees. 

  
Ones that made you look tall. 

  
Ones that made you look short. 

  
Ones that made you look like you had a couple of donuts. 

  
Then, we went on a boat tour. The tour had some good content, but there was one bad part. Ummm… how should I phrase this. Basically, we were in a lock, and these two men in swimsuits  walked along side the lock. They obviously had a couple to many pints gallons of beer. They started by yelling that the women on the boat should hang out with them at the club. If you can not understand what happened next, lets just say that everyone on the boat looked away because they were hanging out!  These men then asked the captain if they could get on the boat, and the captain rejected. It was very awkward for everyone on the boat. Lets get away from that topic. We had dinner at the Hard Rock, and Anna got an Imagine Dragons t-shirt. This is what we did.

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2 Comments
  1. Lucy permalink

    I’m curious.. were the drunk men British? The only people we ever saw publicly drunk in CZ were Brit who come there for holiday because its much cheaper than most/all of Europe. Czech people aren’t really fans of Brits for this reason. Because being publicly intoxicated is looked down upon by the Czechs.

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