Winter in Central Europe [#projectBrno blog post] - Liam's write-only LJ
Winter in Central Europe [#projectBrno blog post]|
|Date:||January 28th, 2016 07:33 pm (UTC)|| |
Back in early 2010, I was in Prague (in February, as it happens) and remember how much snow was still on the ground. In fact, the pavements were just solid paths of snow and people were commenting that it had lasted for longer than usual. However, I also remember that people were entirely at ease with it and went about their business.
Strangely, I don't remember it being that cold. I think it's the same situation as you describe: the air was dry, due to the distance from the sea, so while the temperature was well below zero, it didn't sink into your bones in quite the same way as it does in the UK.
You've triggered a happy memory for me. Thanks.
|Date:||January 29th, 2016 03:32 pm (UTC)|| |
I don't know the winter humidity, but it's quite high in summer. Summers here are seriously sweaty.
But I am enjoying the contrasts of the seasons. They're far more marked than in Britain. Summer is properly hot and sunny. Winter is properly cold, not just the grey and damp and mud of English winters.
Glad you enjoyed the post - thanks for reading!