Thursday, September 13, 2012

Walking in Prague......



Finally, we went to Prague. It was a trip to close a circle…..

Puppets, Churches, and a Medieval Street

It is not easy to describe how Prague is. I can say it is beautiful, romantic, charming, and so on. However, no words can really describe how we felt in that city.


It is a combination of centuries of history, art, music and at the same time simplicity. It was a humbling experience to be in the same church where Mozart played, as well as to have coffee where Einstein and Kafkaused to go.


It is a city where the time has stopped not only to preserve the beauty and the heritage of its culture, but also to share to the world the arts that this little city has to offer.


The narrow street in the world is on Old Prague


The most delicious street food is a kind of sweet roasted bread called Trdelnik
Perfect for a cold and rainy day!


A typical cake from Prague is called "Honey Cake" or Medovnik.....It is delicious!!
Finally, I made it at home.....It will be my next post!


5 comments:

  1. A beautiful city. Thanks for sharing these awesome clicks.

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  2. Unas fotos muy bonitas de la ciudad. Besos

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  3. Une ville magnifique. Un beau voyage certainement.
    A bientôt

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  4. Praga es una maravilla, una de las ciudades más bonitas que conozco.
    Quedamos esperando esa receta tan deliciosa....
    Un besote, guapa.

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  5. Querida Marcela, por supuesto que puedes hacer las bollinas con pan rallado. Lo único que te aconsejo es ir poniendo poco a poco, para que no te quede demasiado espesa la masa final. Son muy fáciles de hacer, ya lo verás y quedan ricas. Besinos amiga.

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