Between Germany and Austria

We walked through the City of a Hundred Spires.

Just below the castle, in Little Quarter Square (Malostranské náměstí), stands the Church of Saint Nicholas (Kostel svatého Mikuláše). We only stopped for a short while to admire the High Baroque architecture. It was mid-afternoon, and we were growing tired of church interiors.

Oh, Holy Trinity Column, standing tall

🎶 Imagine there’s no countries.
It isn’t hard to do.
Nothing to kill or die for,
And no religion, too.
Imagine all the people,
Living life in peace…

You may say I’m a dreamer,
But I’m not the only one.
I hope someday you’ll join us,
And the world will be as one. 🎶

John žije!

Oh Darling Lets Be Adventurous

Shot on iPhone 5C #goodtimes

love lock (l❤️g)

Angelato is more than ice cream ~

Kafka Snobs

It started to drizzle just as we were deciding on a path back to our hotel. In a matter of minutes, the drizzle grew into a steady summer shower. By this time, we had gone past the point of exhaustion and had very little tolerance left for Nature’s whims. We’d suffered grueling heat during the better part of our day and would have welcomed even the slightest drop in temperature. But the rain that came down hot and humid was determined to prolong our discomfort. We were sore, bedraggled, irascible, but too tired to really do anything about it. Squaring our shoulders, we grudgingly pulled out our portable mini-umbrellas and meandered our way through the cobbled alleys still bustling with tourists, some mindful of the storm, others less so. In silence, we cursed the long 45-minute slog back through rain and crowds and cobblestones… So when we discovered the little cafe, hardly any convincing was necessary before we escaped into the comfort inside. The sign read “Choco Café.” What better place to spend a rainy evening in Prague? It was the perfect harbor for us to wait out the rain and the traffic (with a cup of hot chocolate).

waiting for another rainy day

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