Travel Blogs from Prague
... by foot. We walked from the old town square to the Jewish quarter and spent some time looking at the Old New Synagogue and The Spanish Synagogue. Both were quite unique from each other especially in their exterior design. Because Hitler always intended the Jewish quarter of Prague to one day be a "museum of an extinct race" the buildings in the Jewish quarter were never destroyed leaving it as perhaps one of the best ...
... ended near an odd and slightly creepy looking bar, called ‘The Chapeau Rouge’ apparently one of the oldest in Prague. Skulls and various other fluorescently lit paraphernalia were displayed in the windows, and I found myself both intrigued and repulsed at the same time. It was the kind of bar where it could have been a fifty/fifty bet as to whether or not sacrificial killings went on in the basement. George assured us that it was quite safe, and that he would in fact ...
As I said, the Czech Republic is home to the lager, so I was excited to tour some of the local bars and try the greatest Pilsners available! I met the brew tour in the main square. There were only about 7 of us, but we were all excited to get to drinking. Our first bar was Lokal, a so-called "Tank Bar." The designation comes from the fact that the beer is kept in a large tank displayed under a glass case spanning the length of the bar. The beer served is a special ...
We awoke in Budapest in the midst of trippy colorful walls. Cooked up some ramen noodles for breakfast and headed out to explore the city. We started walking towards the Danube river and ran into a couple of young tour salesman. We asked them a couple of questions and they told us ...
... from making my cupcakes, she just winged it with whatever she could find. After all was said and baked though, they were delicious! On Thursday night Megan, Lacey and I went out to a local hookah lounge with a few soldiers that we know who live on base. It was a lot of fun getting to have a good conversation with actual soldiers here since most of the time I spend here is with children and other teachers at the CDC. It was an interesting perspective to have ...