Our trip to Munich turned out a little different to what we had originally planned. Instead of four seats on the train we only needed two. The news of their involuntary un-attendance came like a blow to the face. We were sad and they were sad; it was the worst of times. Nevertheless, Joe and I still had a wonderful time in Munich, even though only half the amount of steins and pretzels were consumed.
You want to see Prague in one day? You’re crazy. Prague has so much to offer… Its exquisite aesthetic, its cultural monuments and exhibits, its gorgeous architecture, and its amazing food, coffee and beer will leave you in tears on the Charles Bridge wondering just how you’re going to see and do it all. However, it can be done. It will be done. And here’s how.
I never want to leave Prague. The food is inspired, the coffee is incredible, and the beer is some of the best in the world.
This suits my style of travel particularly well. For me, the best way to discover a new place is through its food scene. Sure, we walked across the Charles Bridge, visited Prague Castle and made our way around the obvious sights — fighting off swarms of tourists in the process — but the highlights for me were those moments of true edible discovery.