Sunday, December 10, 2017

A princess in the fairytale city of Prague in the Czech Republic

The beautiful city of Prague is probably the best place to feel like a princess in, even just for a week. Read about how luck smiled on me and how everything fell into place for a wonderful holiday in the Czech Republic, living a #Travelife.

The Vitava River in Prague, the Czech Republic


I've been to Prague more times than I can count because I love this city. I think it's one of the most beautiful places in the world. On one of these holidays to Prague, I met some wonderful people who treated me like a princess for a week.

The weather was just beautiful in the Czech Republic at that time so this made my holiday even more perfect.

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A MOST WONDERFUL TRIP
TO THE CZECH REPUBLIC

This visit to the Czech Republic really started on the spur of the moment, you might say; but this it almost always what happens in my never-ending Travelife. Everything starts out as an idea but eventually things somehow fall into place to create the most wonderful trips to so many truly lovely destinations.


Czesky Krumlov in the Czech Republic


To top it off, I had very good company to go around the places I wanted to visit in the Czech Republic. After a few days in Prague, off we went to visit Czesky Krumlov and Marianske Lazne, two famous spa towns in the Czech Republic. Then it was back to Prague for another two days before flying out to Paris.



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On my last day in the Czech Republic, I booked a session at Spa Beerland, which is a beer spa in Prague. As you know, the Czech Republic is known for its beersAnd then, from the beer spa, I walked back to my hotel sans map and through the streets of the Old Town, for a good two kilometers.


The beer spa in Prague

Prague is not a very easy city to navigate, but for some reason, I didn't get lost returning to my hotel. Talk about lucky, getting from one end of Prague to the other without a map. I just kept walking based on intuition, not fearing getting lost.

Maybe Prague will be another city I will know like the back of my hand...


A MOST WONDERFUL LAST NIGHT IN PRAGUE

Walking around Prague Castle at night


Then for a last dinner in Prague -- what can I say?

My fairy godmother smiled down at me and provided me with another wonderful evening and excellent company. Three gentlemen appeared out of nowhere and they all really treated me like a princess.

One of them hosted a very nice traditional Czech dinner at his restaurant, and other two -- who are friends of friends -- gallantly acted as my escorts for the night. They picked me up at my hotel and drove me to the restaurant, and kept me company for dinner.



We had a very nice time at a restaurant on top of a hill overlooking Prague and a skip and a hop away from Prague Castlewith a dramatically-lit convent in the background.

Then, after dinner, we four walked towards the edge of the hill so that I could have a last look at Prague in all its beauty. The views of Prague from the hill are really breathtaking.



ROYAL SEND-OFF FROM PRAGUE

And then the next morning, the two gentlemen were again at my hotel at 8 AM to personally take me to the airport. I could have taken a hotel car, really, but they were insistent on bringing me to the airport themselves

I can't stop thanking the Universe for my great luck. Things like this happen to me all the time -- everything just always falls into place without me obsessing too much over what will happen or thinking too much about the end resultsI just know that somehow everything will work out well enough in my #Travelife.

Prague Airport 

At Prague Airport, which is not too near the city center, by the way, one of them said: "Always remember that you now have friends in Prague. And it's not often we have a lady guest from overseas -- so she should be treated like a princess."

Indeed, I truly felt like a princess in the fairytale city of Prague, living a never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.

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