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Don’t Leave

In The Art of Travel Spring 2018, Prague, 14. Tips by NatashaLeave a Comment

I’m a big believer in straightforward tips. CTRL+F away… What to do: All of the touristy things. Prague is small in comparison to New York, and it’s easy to feel like you’re “done” with the city, in a traveling check-list sort of way. Don’t ever feel like this- there’s always another castle, another cathedral, another pub, another museum. Prague is …

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Hopeless but NOT Romantic

In The Art of Travel Spring 2018, Prague, 12. Strangers by NatashaLeave a Comment

Dating is, like, the worst activity known to woman, regardless of your sexual orientation since men insert themselves in every situation. It’s tedious, boring, and often even dangerous. So let’s take it abroad! Not to give too much away, but this will not be an interesting article. I will attempt to compensate for my pathetic love life by being melodramatic. …

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Prague Pictures: A Fantasy

In The Art of Travel Spring 2018, Prague, 11. Second book by NatashaLeave a Comment

John Banville covers many different topics of travel and of cross-cultural understanding in his description of his own trips to Prague in Prague Pictures: Portraits of a City. Through his descriptions and ponderings of his own memories of the city, gathered on numerous visits, Banville manages to convey ideas about the very essence of the city while touching on topics …

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“I want to experience the place, not just take pictures of it.”

In The Art of Travel Spring 2018, Prague, 10. The Art of Place by Natasha1 Comment

“It’s a two-way street; the art and the literature make one more observant,” she said. “When one travels, one can imagine a yet-to-be-written novel or something to be painted, and then the traveler is engaged in a creative enterprise.” This was one of my favorite readings so far. As a photographer, I’ve really always had this mentality, that the experience …

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Male Pivo

In The Art of Travel Spring 2018, 8. Bubble, Prague by Natasha1 Comment

The Czech Republic is known for its beer. Any NYU student who has or is thinking of studying abroad has heard of the Prague NYU site that the beer is cheaper than water. This is in fact often true. During orientation we heard from a famous YouTuber who hosts a channel on tourist tips and scams in Prague. He told …