John had meetings in Prague, so we rented a car and brought Enzo along. This was our second trip to Prague, and Enzo’s first!
Prague’s controversial, colorful history, combined with its truly unique architecture, make it a magical place. But this visit wasn’t so much about seeing the sights you’re supposed to see (but we saw them anyway since it was Enzo’s first time in Prague after all: Old Town Square, St Vitus Cathedral, the Charles Bridge, the Astronomical Clock, Prague Castle . . . ), but also about finding and exploring paths less traveled. We also took some time to just sit back and enjoy spots with a terrific view!
lina calia said:
When I was last in Prague – circa 1993, I was with a girl friend of mine and we met this guy at the train station – Michael (I think that was his name) – he offered us a room to rent in his family home. We took him up on the offer.
We ended up really getting to know him and his family. His situation was that they had just regained their family home and land – they had lost it under Communist rule – they had turned it into a rental for tourists – Michael spoke english, however, at that time not many people in Prague spoke english.
Your post made me think of that incredible city and the incredibly story of Michael’s family and friends about how they emerged from Communist rule and into the modern era. They were amazing, warm and friendly people, as were nearly all of the people we had met in Prague.
Love your guys’ posts – brings me back to my travel time in my youth. Just think that not that long ago places like Prague were so closed and completely different than what they are now
keep traveling and posting
You three really are “lucky dogs” and what a nice butt shot of Enzo! Be Well.