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Prague. ‘Nuff said.

Prague. ‘Nuff said.

Prague is truly wonderful. It’s one of those places that you hear people talk about and you think it must be overrated, because how could a small city in the middle of the Czech Republic really be that charming? But it is. My words don’t do it justice, so I am just uploading a bunch of pictures.

 

 

I had one of the best meals of my LIFE in Prague, at the Hotel Europa (in the restaurant, not the cafe). Unfortunately, we were all so famished by the time we sat down to dinner that no one took pictures but inhaled this incredible meal rather quickly. I highly recommend the steak.

The astrological clock – keeps track of about 13 different things (time, calendar, zodiak, saints’ birthdays, etc).

Prague is more colorful and charming than Vienna, even though Vienna is beautiful. Also, things in Prague are really inexpensive. That aforementioned best meal of my life? Well, it only costs about $20 per person including wine.

 

 

 

 

How freaking beautiful is that?

 

The facade of this building is just incredible. It’s completely flat, but it looks textured because of the geometric pattern of the plaster on the outside.

Around every corner in Prague is something more beautiful than what you had just seen. It wasn’t just lovely in one area, but basically everywhere.

With love,

Rachel

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One response »

  1. Still love reading your blogs, Rachel. You sound and look so happy!!! Beautiful pictures of Prague, except, I can’t open the antique dresser. I’m sure it’s even more gorgeous than you described.
    xoxoxo
    miss you,
    Mindy

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