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Don’t Head to ATM without your Friends

Our group of 13 journalists arrived in Prague rather early for check-in. Which meant some of the group got rooms, most did not. 

And so we set out in small groups for a quick lunch and a bit of exploring. “I”m going to a cash machine to get my Czech Koruna” (the euro likely works here but I both wanted to do a proper Czech exchange and be able to buy a little something in the street without the drama.
Ha! I got my Czech money (approximately 1000 koruna equal 50 bucks) — but got the drama anyway. What was I thinking? Of course, I got separated from my peeps, ended up with a smaller group who did not want lunch – because they all had filling brekkies. I saw bad mood written all over me. 
Ironically, I ended up doing what I generally do when I travel — ventured out alone. It feels strange because I got used to my little “family”. And now I am sitting at a cafe called “KrĨma U Pavouka” — waiting for my Baker’s Potato Soup.  I passed on “Soup of a good homemaker.” 

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The author of Ruling Woman is a television journalist, based in Manhattan who spends her workdays at 30 Rock, her nights on Broadway, and her weekends at the Farmers Market. Likes to knit, commune with the angels, and travel.

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