I have returned to you, my faithful readers! Hopefully you didn’t miss me too much due to the stacked deck I had of guest bloggers during my absence. But where was I all this time? First I traveled up to Independence, OH (near Cleveland) for the wedding of two of my very good friends from undergrad – that I hadn’t seen in 5 years! Unfortunately I did not bust out my camera much during that event.
The day after I drove back to Memphis from Ohio, I was whisked off to Europe. My first stop was Prague, Czech Republic! It had been at the top of my “to visit” list along with Greece for years (one day I will get there) and was incredibly stoked to finally have the opportunity to venture over there. I was only able to spend 2.5 days there, but managed to take almost 200 photos in that time. And now I will shower you with a few select photos from this beautiful city in the country where my father’s side of the family descended from.
I love all of the buildings in Prague. So unique from anything I’ve seen elsewhere.
I just couldn’t get enough shots of the St. Vitus cathedral. Every view point was different and beautiful!
Most of the traditional foods there were very heavy (and yummy), but this cream puff-like dessert was a dramatic contrast with it’s delicious fluffiness.
Pictures were not allowed inside the palace without a photography permit – boo.
We conquered the city on foot all day every day for the 2.5 days. Definitely want to go back to Prague one day and explore some of the surrounding areas. I’ve heard about a bone church nearby that I would have loved to see – guess there’s always next time! Have you ever been to Prague?
Tomorrow I will share photos from my time in Berlin, Germany.