71 thoughts on “Glimpses of Prague!

  1. You really should look into making a photo/picture book (a thick one!), calendars, postcards and advertise it on the right bar of your blogs! You already have your first customer. Me! 😀 )))
    (FYI Ms Cruising Elite, We will be going on a 10 day Victoria/Alaska cruise 5/30~6/9. Booked one of those last minute deals… due to it is round-trip SF… no planes! It is amazing, though we never met in person, yet, I miss you that you are not in Holler, CA. Please erase this last parenthesis after you read it.

    1. Woo Hoo!! You will love the Alaska cruise into College Fjord. Round trip from SF sounds ideal. Last minute bookings are the best!! Thank you for your kind words my friend. They are most appreciated and something to think about as well. Cheers to you and enoy your trip!

  2. Wow, what beautiful pictures Cindy! Thank you so much for posting these so I could see some of the beauty there. I’m sure I’ll never be able to visit there.

      1. Have closed on the property and already started moving some things but need to wait until update is completed before the big move. Enjoy Germany. What’s your itenerary there! Hugs! Paul

      2. So exciting about the new house. We are in the middle of football mayhem here in Berlin!!! Out hotel is about a 1/4 mile from the Brandenburg Gate where 250 K are massing…..YIKES!!!! Cheers to you cuz……..

  3. I love that even before you went to Prague, the colours of Prague illuminated your blog background. You were drawn to Prague like a duck to water 🙂

    1. I agree! It has such a big impact on us as Americans because we do not have old historic architecture like this so it double amazing every time I travel to Europe! Cheers & thank you~

  4. I echo others above, the color is amazing, Cindy. What is with the lighting? The photo of the paintings looks like a painting! The background doesn’t look real. Forget Disneyland, I’m taking my kids to Prague and telling them Mickey is on vacation. {{{Hugs}}} Kozo

    1. The paintings were some type of black light paintings or something. There is a Black Light Theatre nearby. I didn’t really pay to much attention to the paintings, I just like there appearance in the archways with the light in the back and the front of the building in the way back. I thought it looked neat.
      Talk your kids to Prague! They have lots of marionettes here and marionette shows and street performers and swans to feed!!
      Cheers to you and thank you!

    1. It is interesting isn’t it? It is a very old city and yet the old colors were so intense and intelligently/artfully used. I hope someone who has more knowledge about Prague may step in (Katy where are you?) It may possibly be because Prague is in eastern europe where color is utilized more? Visiting Prague has sparked a serious interest in me to visit Budapest, Istanbul and St. Petersburg. Enquiring minds want to know…….

      1. Yes…it is interesting, I find the use of such vibrant colors fascinating, it isn’t something I see often. Yes..please do visit those cities and I will travel along with you courtesy of your photos and commentary! 🙂

  5. Living down here in Australia it is just so hard to grasp the concept of how old these beautiful cities are. Thanks for sharing these photographs, truly beautiful.

    1. Yes it is the same in the states…..We just do not have this incredible, old, art and architecture all around us. So seeing it takes my breath away…….

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