Prague | Day 5.

By Day 5, my foot was sore. It really hurt to walk and we still had a bit of Prague we wanted to see. So we decided to take the Tram. The trams are a bit baffling, not every stop has a ticket machine. The tickets are based on the length of time you travel,

Prague | Day 4.

Day 4 started with walking around Malá Strana and enjoying the glorious sunshine. Still not overly warm, but the sun definitely helped! Ben decided we had to stop in the colourful street so I could get typical blogger standing in the street photos. \ Then it was time for an early lunch in the infamous

Prague | Day 3.

The day started with a visit to Chez Marcel. Despite arriving at 10.30am, they looked like they were closed. Turns out the morning rush had been and gone and lunch service only started at 11.30. The waiters were more than happy to let us have some coffee. The place even has its own wine, how

Prague | Day 2.

A morning view from Prague. Slightly foggy, but still pretty. Here is the cable car, ready to take us back to the main building and out to Prague itself. I found the nearest clothes shop, which happened to be H&M. I used my allowance to buy a bra and knickers, black strappy top and white

Prague | Day 1.

So, day 1 was interesting. After flying from Aberdeen down to Heathrow T5, then transferring to T3. I met up with Ben and we decided to get a drink from one of the restaurants, Strada. Since it was the start of my holiday I decided to order a Chambord Royale cocktail. A peach Bellini then