Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Prague Day 1 & 2

Prague is a beautiful city with quite a mixture of architecture. It was founded in the 9th century and is currently the capitol of The Czech Republic. You can imagine all the different types of buildings that were constructed over all those years. Not much damage occurred to Prague during WW II because there was not much resistance to the Nazis. It is quaint and charming and quite walkable. There are many bridges crossing the Vltava River.

Our days have been filled with touring and eating. I thought I would have food issues, because I am a fussy eater and pork, which I don't eat, is quite popular here, but I have found lots to eat. I have had goulash a few times, even once in a bread bowl. And apple strudel is quite yummy.


Today we will visit the Jewish quarter where there are 5 synagogues. The weather seems iffy, but surprisingly, I am prepared with a rain jacket and an umbrella. I also will share my experience with a fish pedicure, but maybe not in the same post!













  1. I love old churches and you definitely saw some beautiful places on your trip.


  2. Is that strudel you are eating....looks lovely!!! I linked to your website and your blog on a post today on my blog. I was chattering on about my SILK half square triangles. ( http://stitchinggrandma.wordpress.com/2014/05/27/projects-abound-this-week/ ) Enjoy your trip!!

  3. You're right about those buildings...fascinating! And the food sounds delicious. But I don't know if I would be daring enough to try the fish manicure. Have fun!


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