…was so quaint and cute and beautiful all at once. I wish I could write more about it, but my time there was mostly spent working, so I had limited time for adventuring. Prague is a pretty decent city to get lost in though (which is not difficult to do).
I must have walked the Charles Bridge 5 times or so in just a handful of days.
Since my mind is still a bit burnt from my days there, I’ll just share via the limited photos I have accessible on my phone. I forgot my camera’s cord in New York.
The first thing you do in Prague, of course, is drink Czech beer. I like mine dark. Oh, and eat fried cheese and potatoes with tartar sauce.
Like I said, getting lost in Prague can be a great thing.
Prague, how did you know I love fireworks? I also love you now.
An iPhone 4 camera doesn’t even come close to doing the Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle any justice. Even when you try to Instagram it. Clearly.
Absolutely gorgeous IRL.
The food wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be, though not aesthetically pleasing.
As bland-looking at that last picture may look, it was actually really delicious. Unfortunately, I had 5 minutes to scarf it down before heading to a meeting. Timely and efficient service is not a high priority in many parts of this city. S’all good though.
Perhaps more photos, if I ever upload them. (It’s been more than a year since India and no one has seen a single photo from that. Shrug.)