After Jens and Caroline’s wedding in London, Alex and I scooted over to Prague, a city that had been on both of our bucket lists for awhile.
Prague was the city that I was most excited about going into this trip. It’s a city of alchemy, mystique, and intrigue—East enough to break the mold of your standard European city.
As a place that has been virtually untouched by war, the architecture of Prague was varied and stunning. Perhaps in another life, I was an architect because this is always one of the things I notice and appreciate most when visiting new places.
I wish I could say more about this city, but I woke up our second day there with strep throat (of course I did). So as much as I wish I would have filmed myself feeling like death in a Czech doctor’s office waiting room or struggling to explain to the non-English speaking pharmacist that I would like some probiotics (ha just kidding), you’ll have to deal with the few scenes I was able to capture.
So the whole second day, I stayed in bed in the hotel room and made Alex go off to adventure (read: drink beer) on his own. That afternoon, frustrated that I was wasting this experience in such a gorgeous city, I popped some extra ibuprofen, peeled myself out of bed, and met up with Alex just in time to witness one of the most gorgeous sunsets I’ve ever seen.
Up next: Austria