Four hours on a train and we landed in Praha (as everyone else calls it)
I had no idea what Prague would be like. Friends of ours studied aboard here, a college acquaintance that lives there, and everyone who heard this was a destination confirmed it would be an awesome experience for us.
The train ride to Prague was so purdy!
The mix of western Europe and eastern influences complimented nicely. I was pleasantly surprised at how beautiful the building are here, and the hearty meals were just what the doctor ordered. Lots of gothic architecture for all you Parisians!
Woody's brother joined us on this leg, and I got to spend time with Karolina, a friend who I met back in Fashion School. So it was nice to see some familiar faces around town.
Best meal by far was at Lokal (Roast beef with dumplings? Uh, yes please.)
After the hustle and bustle of two busy cities it was time to slow it down a bit.
Next Up: Positano, Italy
I'm sure this man loved being my model
There was a king, and dangit I can't remember his name, but he was real into Gothic Architecture. So there was lots of French influence.
This is called an astronomical clock. First installed in 1410 (holy shit) it's the third-oldest in the world, and the oldest clock still operating. Our tour guide explained how to understand it, but it was just a lot of information and over the course of a month I definitely forgot. So, if you wanna know I would read the Wikipedia article here.
Angelato ice cream shop!