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American (but not very american) Laundry



American Laundry
Originally uploaded by youplayawhat.

The "American Laundry" also called "Under the Balloon," at Hybešova 45 in Brno, Czech Republic. I found the laundry in early September, but it was too late to use it. The place closed as of 1 August 2006. There were a few fun signs left on the windows, however.






Balloon Window
Originally uploaded by youplayawhat.

The window's balloons are a tribute to hot-air balloons, although that doesn't completely explain all the signs in the window. They also claim to have free internet and even wireless. There sure is a lot of advertising for coffee considering that this is supposed to be a bar (I don't think an American "bar" would offer many specialty coffee drinks).





But Not Very American
Originally uploaded by youplayawhat.

There is also a message board for those of us trying to learn Czech. I'm not sure, but this one seemed a bit of a tall order. No Boring Textbooks? Wonderfully clever? Chris, you forgot good looking and wealthy. I was tempted to affect a Czech accent and call the number (perhaps Chris is good looking and wealthy); unfortunately, I the textbooks I have are all dull, boring, and work intensive.





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Anonymous Anonymous said . . .

I this American (but not very American) student does not wish to be, ahem, Bored in Brno?    

3:26 AM, September 27, 2006


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