Written by Isaiah Tulanda, (Claremont McKenna College) Student Correspondent CET Film Production at FAMU, Spring 2019 The most important meal of the day has to start somewhere! This is the kitchen in my apartment in the Praha 5 neighborhood, not half bad. And here we feast, this dining room table also doubles as an ample workspace. It shares a large room with the kitchen. Cobblestone streets are a staple of the city, especially in small neighborhoods such as this, and they give such a distinct sound to traffic. My preferred method of transportation: the tram! A great, efficient way to get from point A to point B, and the locals use it too. Pretty sleek! Another method transportation, for longer excursions: the train! A train cannot be seen coming towards me (thankfully) in this image, but they do give a grounding to this image, taken by the terminal station for the 2 tram, Nádraží Braník. One last method of transportation: the metro! Though my American sentiments still refer to it as the subway, this underground railway is a backbone of Prague and is actually a part of my daily commute to class. This was taken at the Anděl station. Prague’s “Mini Eiffel Tower”, Petřín Tower sits atop of Petřín Hill, and it is definitely worth the hike. “The Dead Horse”. A statue of Czech King Wenceslas riding an upside-down dead horse in Lucerna Palace, an open shopping area by Wenceslas Square. Yup, the very same Wenceslas. Done by Czech sculptor David Černý. More David Černý! This statue, titled “Metalmorphosis”, features the head of Czech writer Franz Kafka (who actually wrote in German)! We love public art! A nighttime image of the National Museum (Národní museum), paying tribute to the 50th anniversary of the death of Jan Palach, a student who self-immolated to protest the Russian occupation of Prague in 1969. Yours truly against the lovely background of the small town of Český Krumlov, during a CET excursion.