Christmas is coming and Prague is getting ready. The Christmas stalls are up and running in Old Town Square and at the end of Wenceslas Square. Actually there are stalls in other parts of Prague also. People are shopping. Street light posts are decorated and the temperature is falling ... but so far no snow. The food looks great and what we have sampled tasted great.
Each time we have visited Old Town Square has been completely filled with people and everyone seems happy. Parents hoist children onto their shoulders so they can see better. Everyone walks around eating the Czech version of funnel cake, ham sandwiches, bratwursts, the wonderful baked dough rolled in cinnamon sugar and more types of candy than you can ever eat. Thirsty? No problem. Mulled wine, soft drinks, beer are among the choices of drinks. You can eat too much here, but you should not have to go hungry. During one visit we saw a bride and groom walking around the square and they were still in wedding dress. On one side, in front of the Tyne Church, there is a stage with non-stop choirs and groups singing and
We are retired librarians. Nancy worked for the Board of Education and Bill operated a one person engineering library for a communications company. Travel has been one of our passions our entire marriage.
Originally we thought this blog would report only on our trip to Prague. However, we have decided to add entries and photos previous trips. We hope you enjoy them.
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