― Laini Taylor, Daughter of Smoke and Bone
And for the first time in my life, I completely misjudged a city. I didn't feel that excited to go to Prague, a city that didn't speak to me in a way as loud as New York, Paris or Zanzibar did. But I couldn't have been more wrong. Prague isn't a dead, old city, completely lacking the famous places and the quiet streets. Prague was almost magical. (Except those unbelievably hot temperatures.) I've never seen such beautiful architecture, that many amazing restaurants or such an amount of amazing independent bookstores. (Especially the bookstores were like entering my own, personal heaven.) This city truly left a mark on my heart, and it's a wonderful mark.
|plane flight, the belgian countryside|
|View from the Charles Bridge|
Church Of Our Lady Before Tyn (I admit I had to google that)
|The Shakespeare & Sons bookstore, which was incredible!|
|One of the many amazing bookstores in Prague.|
|I just had to|
|The awesome dog from the awesome Prague guy, who I ended up talking to for a while about the most random stuff.|
|Wenceslas Square, which was so crowded and hectic, but beautiful.|
|Bridge next to the hotel|
|The best 'cafe latte caramelo' EVER.|
By the way, if you ever visit Prague, go have dinner at the Pasta Caffe. I had the best (freshly made) pasta of my life, plus they have that coffee there (which still hunts my dreams). Also: their desserts are heavenly.