PLACES (of the earth & mind)

Finger-bitingly cold

It's cold here. Really, really cold. How cold, you ask? Well, when I left for school Friday, it was negative 2 degrees F. Two nights ago, it reached a low of  negative 31 degrees F, the coldest temperature in Prague since 1985. Glad to know it's not just me and my thin blood. In fact, it's too cold to take my fingers out of my gloves long enough to take photos of the city.

Enter: a hot mulled wine called "Svarak" sold in a shop under the Charles Bridge.

 Fueled by a cup or two of Svarak, I was able to get some nice shots of the city.





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