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Postcards: Dresden + Prague



The boxcar doors were opened, and the doorways framed the loveliest city that most of the Americans had ever seen. The skyline was intricate and voluptuous and enchanted and absurd. It looked like a Sunday school picture of Heaven to Billy Pilgrim.

Somebody behind him in the boxcar said, “Oz.” That was I. That was me. The only other city I’d ever seen was Indianapolis, Indiana.

-Kurt Vonnegut

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What I ate:
Saxon Goulasch – Watkze Ball & Brauhaus
Kaesespaetzle served with caramelized onions at lila soße
Top Recommendation:
Enjoying a perfect lunch in Watzke’s beer garden beside the river Elbe on a perfect summer day.
What I read:
Slaughter-House Five, Kurt Vonnegut

What I ate:
Pork shoulder at U zlatého tygra where you are served a beer as soon as you sit down
Pork and bohemian potato dumplings at Lokál
Top Recommendation:
Spend some time getting to know the Czech Republics many magnificent wines. I tried a few half glasses at vingoraf wine bar. 3 minutes away from Kafka’s house.
What I read:
The unbearable lightness of being, Milan Kundera

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