Fragments in Prague

July 28, 2007 at 12:42 pm | Posted in Travel | 1 Comment

“Say hi to everyone, Chubbey.”

“Alright, but what about my bear?”

“He might want to say hi, too. I’ll give you a hand.”

“Great! Hello guys, this is Chubbey sitting on an old old wall outside the old old castle in the old old Prague! …….”

Although it was such a short trip to such a famous tourist city, I have enjoyed much more than I expected. It’s been in my mind ever since that I should stay there for a few more days instead of coming back for the terrible exam. 😛

The conference took place in a suburb of Prague. It takes around half an hour from the hotel to the city center. We got only one afternoon to go on a tour. Luckily, the weather was extremely great: sunny but not hot at all.

Well, I have to say these typical red roofs are a little boring. yawn…..

However, Chubbey doesn’t agree with me. Red is her favorite color. And, she like to sit high.

The most interesting things in Prague have to be the marionettes, but the nice ones are not affordable……

This store is my favorite puppet store there. There are a lot of original designed marionette eye-candies hard to resist.

And, this huge witch marionette is certainly the best.

Most souvenir stores are selling similar things, but you can still find some interesting ones around the old town.

The designs/arts there are quite inspiring. Czech them out! 🙂

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  1. Prague! Sigh. One of the places on my must see list. Beautiful pics, thanks for sharing. And I love Chubbey and her bear too, adorable!

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