most people don’t think about going to the czech republic when they think about traveling to europe, but after this trip i can tell you that prague is one underrated destination that you definitely want to add to your bucket list.
however, if you do want to chat about travel, europe, prague, food, or all of the above, hit me up. 🙂
throughout this post i’ll try to explain as best i can what it is you’re looking at or share a quick little tid-bit from the trip.
alrighty, here we go from start to finish. you ready?
when you have a lunch time layover in atlanta, the varsity is a must.
what’ll ya have? what’ll ya have?
made my first international purchase in paris and it seemed like a vogue paris was appropriate.
this precious outdoor restaurant, called cafe girafe, was right across the street from the university we were staying at. it was a pretty good first meal in prague i’d say.
highlight of the trip #1 : em gets kolaces. and they were DELICIOUS.
the fairy tale town of cesky krumlov.
apparently when you ask for a pepperoni pizza in the czech republic you get actual peppers…not pepperonis. BUT this was the best “pepperoni” pizza i’ve ever eaten.
now to the town of kutna hora.
the bone church in kutna hora. the bones of 40,000 individuals decoratively arranged throughout this church. eerie yet somehow completely beautiful.
okay y’all. when i tell you this restaurant has the best burgers i’ve ever tried, i mean it. hands down the most delicious burger i’ve ever tasted.
bacon bbq cheeseburgers, thick cut fries, and moscow mules. yum.
auschwtiz-birkenau concentration camps – krakow, poland.
“for ever let this place be a cry of despair and a warning to humanity, where the nazis murdered about one and a half million men, women and children, mainly jews from various countries of europe.”
a cry of despair and a warning to humanity…let those words sink in a little.
“to the memory of the men, women and children who fell victim to the nazi genocide. here lie their ashes. may their souls rest in peace.”
czech liquor company tour and tasting…with a school group. check! 😉
oh! and welcome to the breathtaking town of karlovy vary.
moser glassworks, a czech glassware company that blows all of their custom pieces by hand. truly an astonishing trade.
banana, nutella, hazelnut crepes. is there any other way to spend an afternoon?
prague beer museum. they had a chocolate beer, y’all. holy wow.
st. charles’ bridge.
when your terminal is right by laduree, it’s a sin not to get macaroons.
so that was my trip in a pretty small nutshell. i could literally talk about it for hours!
ooo! PROTIP: write a travel diary. as cheesy as it sounds, it’s a great way to remember everything you did that day. it doesn’t have to be some extravagant five page entry…mine was literally a couple sentences and some bullet points per day. solely to help me remember what all activities we did, because i knew i’d get questions! and i did. and i used my handy dandy notebook to answer them. 😉
have you gone somewhere fab this year already? let me know what you did, where you went, etc etc!! let’s chat!!