when is it winter in cz?

Where to go? What to see? How to get there?

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Lucinka
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Postby Lucinka » 14-Oct-03 2:58

No I am not!!!!But i spent there a wonderful time during my summer holidays.I found there many firends.....and I d like to go there in December again.Sorry for my English,it s bad:O(Which one do you like the most,i suppose London,dont you??
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Postby nuwan » 14-Oct-03 14:05

each country is different. Sri Lanka (Colombo) is a great place to relax and enjoy yourself, while London is a great place to work but not to have fun (as there are sooo many bars over there) and Olomouc is just a peaceful town, i'll admit its too quite for me Image but i should get used to it.

As for you english its fine, dont worry about it, its nice to meet someone from the Czech Republic that can speak good english Image
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Postby Ani » 14-Oct-03 17:18

Ahoj! I hope you don't mind me joining in but I am Maltese and I love the Czech Republic:-) I've been there 4 times already, the last time was in August when I took a one month intensive course in Czech at Charles University. I'm glad you liked Malta, Lucinko and I hope you manage to come again in December:-))
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Postby Dana » 14-Oct-03 19:25

Hi guys,

Sorry if this is off topic, but I'd like to react to the bit about Czech transportation. Overall, I think that the public transportation in the Czech Republic is very good. Train transportation especially is great in my opinion. Trains usually run like clockwork and there are many connections - just from Prague to Olomouc there are 21 trains a day! You can get almost anywhere by train, they're cheap, clean and reasonably comfortable. I know that Ceske drahy still have a ways to go but I can see improvements every time I come to visit from the US. It's always refreshing to have this freedom to move around without having to drive everywhere (public transportation is almost nonexistent in a large part of the United States). There's even talk about introducing high-speed trains in the Czech Rep., so let's keep our fingers crossed!
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Postby nuwan » 15-Oct-03 1:17

hey no problem, the more the better Image

the public transport is great compared to many countries including the uk, but i dislike the 3 hour train ride from Prague to Olomouc, otherwise i can't really find any faults in the system. I heard that the airport in either Brno or Olomouc is going to be opened for commerical flights once CZ joins the EU.

@ani, just wondering what course did you do at Charles? i was going to go to Charles uni to do medicine. The ehglish course is in Pilzen which didn't look very inviting, which is why i switched to Palacky.
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Postby Lucinka » 15-Oct-03 1:27

nuwan-thank you very much Image)And what ybout your Czech??Are you going to learn it??I f you want i can help you with czech and you can help me with English.BTW:tomororow i ll be probably examin from English(the subject is Great Britain) Image(
Bongu Ani,kif int?? Image)I am really glad that i met here somebody from Malta.It s great!!Where do you exactly live??When i was there in summer,i lived one month in Lija and then 2 weeks in Marsa.It was amazing time.I studied in university too ,but English Image)
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Postby Ani » 15-Oct-03 1:43

Ahojky!
nuwan - I'm learning Czech coz I just fell in love with Prague when I visited it for the first time, so it was an intensive 4 week course in the Czech language at Charles University:-)

Lucinko - Tajba grazzi! A ty? Jak se mas? I live in Swieqi which is close to Paceville, I'm sure you must have gone there for some entertainment!! Were you studying English when you were in Malta? I used to teach English to students at NSTS:-)
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Postby Lucinka » 16-Oct-03 3:18

Ani-Mhux hazin,grazzi.Yes,i know where is it.But honesty during my 6 weeks in Malta i was in Paceville only 2 or 3 times.Maybe it was because i was rarely with my shoolmates.I spent almost all time with my maltese friends.It was great because i saw and was at the place which the others werent.I spent lot of nights in Marsaskala and other places like this,where it isnt full of turists.aah...it reminds me beautifil times.....i was study at NSTS(at university).I m looking forward to going to Malta again so much......surely also because i have a boyfriend there....isnt czech for you difficult??Do you have any chance to practise it??
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Postby Ani » 16-Oct-03 15:09

Ahoj Lucinko! Ano, cesky jazyk je moc tezky! I have one lesson a week with my Czech teacher and I have a couple of friends in Prague and they help me a little bit thru emails:-) So you wish to be back in Malta and I would love to be back in Prague!! Next week there is Czech week in Malta and they are showing 5 films by Sverak plus other activities. I will be going with my friend Jana who is married to a Maltese man:-) at least I can hear Czech spoken again!
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Postby Lucinka » 17-Oct-03 2:21

So you have czech teacher in Malta??It s great.For me it s more difficult.I would really love to learn a bit maltese,but here it s impossible to find anyone who could speak maltese.I have some textbook,but.....it s not quiet good.I f you d like to have another czech frend just let me know:O)I could help you to practise your czech and you could help me with maltese.What do you think??
You have Czech week there??I cant believe it.I am sure you will enjoy those films.Tell me more about it.Where is it going to be??And which other activities will be there??I am really suprised

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