Autumn Comes to Karlín

Outside my building on Křižiková Street

And now for an update on my long term Visa…. As I mentioned in my last post, the Czech government requires foreigners to interview for their Visa at a Czech Embassy outside of the country. Because there is a backlog of people applying for Visas post Covid restrictions, and because several Czech embassies in European cities have stopped doing this work altogether, it is difficult to get an appointment. My appointment is on November 4th in Warsaw, Poland, a “mere” 12 hour train ride. I am considering flying there. In any event, I’ll have to overnight the night before as my interview is at 10:00 a.m. If you’re thinking that these requirements are daunting, you are correct. They are designed to “thin the herd.”

Getting ready for Halloween

4 thoughts on “Autumn Comes to Karlín

  1. Always delighted to hear from you. Your pictures are beautiful! Do you live alone? What is your apartment like? Are you teaching full time now? ❤️🙏

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  2. I agree with Phyllis. Your pictures are beautiful. So many beautiful things in Prague to photograph. I am jealous because I would love to live in Prague. Looking forward to seeing your apartment.

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