Czech dat Prague

December 1 and 2, 2013

While in Europe, I really wanted to visit either Budapest or Prague. Granted the cities would be different culturally, linguistically, and architecturally, I wanted to see at least one! Harry, Lizzie’s brother, suggested that we find a getaway deal to either Budapest or Prague from Vienna as there are often such deals that combine a hotel stay with transportation. And that is what we did! From a bus in Vienna, Prague was no more than 4 hours away.

And what a beautiful vacation the Czech Republic was! From the moment we were greeted by an ambiguous, kind, Asian woman asking for directions to the “Challis Blidge” we knew Prague was going to offer many an adventure.

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Prague in December

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She is so lovely.

She is so lovely. Gluhwein!

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Just to the right around the corner was the coolest clock shop you have ever seen.

Just to the right before the corner was the coolest clock shop you have ever seen.

I LOVE IT I LOVE IT CAN I HAVE IT

I LOVE IT I LOVE IT CAN I HAVE IT

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Such randomousity

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Basically Disney’s inspiration probably.

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They had the freshest most delicious holiday pastries at this Christmas market found in the town center. Scrumptious!

 

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It snowed on our last day in Prague. Yay!

 

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The Challis Blidge!

The Challis Blidge!

This was the only "normal" photo we took. My apologies.

This was the only “normal” photo we took. My apologies.

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Nice! High five!

Is nice! High five!

Prague was a beautiful city full of life and festivities. I would absolutely like to visit it again someday, and to perhaps brush up on Czech, you know, for the babes. Goodbye Prague! For now, we have Czeched you off our list, but you have your place on the coolest cities list.

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About Jarett Bigej

"It is impossible to eat an ice cream cone in a masculine way."
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