There was no such a thing as typical thing as typical day because sometimes days started very early or very late could last long hours. However, each day I was learning and improving different skills. I improved how to take responsibility because I was delegated to task that require responsibility dealing directly with the guests.
I also improved my skills of coorporation, which was key to make work flow. Sometimes my cooworkers only knew Czeck or Russian (only in kitchen this situation had happened) as a result I needed to be flexible and with some speak English and with others Russian. In general most of them were super professional and I tried to learn from them the most as well as they all of them were willing to teach me the most .
The hardest part of job was probably working on shifts, because I could not plan more than two weeks in advance, however I am person who always plans and use my time the most efficiently that no time would be wasted. On one hand, it was not easy to plan, but on the other hand I am not regreting because it was internship and I was ready to adjust to these time inefficiencies.
Most enjoyable part was obviously ability to learn new things and experience new cultures, as I never worked before with Czeck people. I loved the experience of getting to know more.
Salary, accomodation, lunches, friendly staff