Czech Point: Half Way Through Prague

It is wild that we are already half way through our month in Prague.  Time really does fly when you are having fun!   We had a great week of connections, productivity and exploration.

Throughout the week, Remotes explored new places to work around Prague.

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On Tuesday night, we welcomed  Vít Jedlička to our space to tell us about Liberland, a new country he founded on unclaimed land between Croatia and Serbia.  His story is fascinating and you can read more on Wikipedia here

A group of Remotes checked out Letna Park on Wednesday, overlooking the river.

On Saturday, Hannah led a group to Mount Sněžka, a beautiful full day hike.

After a long hike, Remotes relaxed at the top with some Yoga.

A crew of Remotes hit the road and took a van to Berlin for the weekend, just a few hours away.

On Sunday, a group of Remotes took the train an hour to Kutna Hora, a beautiful city in Czech Republic, famous for its churches.

The Sedlec Ossuary is probably the most (in)famous, featuring bones of over 40k people!

While other parts of the group hung out along the river and ate local Czech food.

Another breathtaking sunset over the river helped us end the first half of our time in Prague...