Prague and Berlin for the long weekend! But first, Prague.
I stayed at Miss Sophie’s (hostelworld), on the recommendation of my Los Angeles roommate. No, it’s not in the city center. I booked a dorm bed in the hostel, but when I checked in, I found out that the I had been upgraded to a hotel room. Shared with another girl, but never mind that. The hostel said this was because all the other people in the hostel would be guys. I can’t complain.
Probably overpriced. I had no idea. I ordered Králík na česneku, bramborové knedlíky, špenát, standard portion… which Google Translate tells me is “rabbit with garlic, potato dumplings, spinach”.
What does rabbit taste like? Chicken.
Dancing House, a Frank Gehry building (well, collaboration).
The Danube River from some random riverfront.
There were so many restaurants/cafes on boats, or structures that were posing as boats. I thought they were charming.
Wallenstein Garden dripstone wall aka “those strange rocks”, from Prague Castle. I couldn’t explore the castle as much as I wanted – the girl I was walking around with was waiting for me outside. The castle is on an incline, and it was too much for her. Sigh. I’ll come back for you someday, Prague Castle.
I liked the bright orange mailboxes.
Lennon Wall. I went out of my way to look for this wall, because I love the Beatles. For the longest time, I thought they were the music of old people. I love them now.