Sitting on Kjeragbolten

I’ll Remember

I’ll remember salsa dancing in Zurich with my best friend, twisting and turning among locals and expats. I’ll remember the adorable Italian girl in the bottom bunk in Copenhagen who spoke a few words of English and used “spatula” for “hairbrush.” I’ll remember finding seedless watermelon in Novi Sad, a holy grail after months of…

Three Days in Prague: Day 3

Yesterday’s itinerary had an early morning and Day 1 had lots of walking, so today you can sleep in a bit, if that’s your style. Once you’re well-rested, let’s start today’s itinerary! Late morning: Jewish Quarter Next to Old Town Square lies Prague’s Jewish Quarter, a former ghetto with a long history. Luckily this area…

Three Days in Prague: Day 2

On Day 1, you introduced yourself to Prague. Now it’s time to explore more of the city beyond the Old Town. I’d recommend getting the 24-hour transit pass for 110 CZK (about $5 USD) to cover this itinerary since it takes you to different ends of the city, but you could also opt for one-way…

Three Days in Prague: Day 1

Prague, the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic, is quickly becoming one of the hottest destinations in Europe. It suffered less damage than many cities during WWII, making it a great choice for architecture lovers, plus it’s still a relatively cheap place to stay even in spite of its growing tourism.  I stayed…