So life's been absolutely busy with all the overwhelming reading, research, overly packed timetable. A total mindblower. And while I am seriously procrastinating alongside with drafting my own will (school work of course), I thought I might as well go through my travel pictures and do a travelogue slash travel lookbook. So here's the first station of my graduation trip at Prague, #FollowDearPostmanToPrague people here we go!
All I remembered about my first day was early trains to the airport, rushing through terminals for the right gate, checking in at the perfect loft (from airbnb), getting those random groceries, and calling the day off with drinks and snacks and girls' chat. They were already pretty trashed the night before, which made chilling on out first day a better option. And yes, I was drunk that night (I think).
Aircon, open kitchen bar, balcony on each floor, a massive jacuzzi (available for 2), photogenic settings - all you need (Airbnb link here)
Day2 is more a tour around day. We set our feet at the centre of Prague - the old town. Make sure you find some time to explore Prague local artworks. You can't afford to miss any of those puppets or crystal artworks. We really really want to get one of those puppets, but unfortunately it's a bit out of our budgets. So till next time, the little dinosaur. I love how sheer the pants are, with the high slit, perfect for the Prague weather.
The city of Prague is definitely an art piece itself, with the reddish-brown roof tops and colourful houses. And the Prague Castle is the place to get the best view of the entire city. A black top with red pants, paired with lace up shoes is like the ballerina dancing around this city of Art.
We went straight to the Ginger & Fred restaurant located in the Dancing Floor designed by Frank Gehry to celebrate JS's 22nd birthday. The restaurant is an artpiece itself, a round hall with a chandelier in the centre, surrounded by lovely paintings. They have an outdoor balcony seating if you prefer. I personally think the food is average, but it's definitely a good option if you wanna sit back and enjoy some quiet time.
My favourite outfit out of the three. The sheerness of the material shows a bit of sexiness while keeping a bit of mysteries at the same time. You can never visit a European city without going into one of their chapels.
I have heard many good words about Prague and that has made me wanna visit you more than anywhere else. And Prague, you have not let me down. Now that Europe is very dangerous has reminded me even more the importance of world peace and love. Stop the fire because wars do nothing but hurt people's hearts.
Bye Prague, thanks for the good time, and peace out.