Saturday, 28 September 2013

A Few Days in Prague

A few days in Prague is something I could never say if I still lived in North America. Most trips, particularly if it is to a foreign country involve hours and hours of air travel. Most times, you have to go for a considerable length of time to "make it worth it". The beauty of living in Europe is being able to "hop" to a new country and a new culture without it being a major

Da Movie Star incognito

Dinner out in my blue & white Bonmarche dress. No wrinkles!! Phone order line 0845 202 4490.
 trip. I feel like a "jet setter" with the expense of being a REAL jet setter. Put on a pair of dark sunglasses, and I can pretend I'm a movie star, travelling incognitio. (I have a good imagination.)


Carina Rosenholm said...

We visited Prauge in May and we loved that city !

Chicatanyage said...

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. Nearly 10 years ago now I treated my husband to a trip to the Opera in Prague for his birthday. It was magical.

Vix said...

One of my friends is from Prague and I've shamefully never been.
Europe might be on our doorstep and flights are cheap and plentiful but the cost of living and accommodation tend to be beyond our means when we're saving for India. x

Ariane Lasalle said...

Hi Rosemary!

How are you doing? nice to hear from you!
So you went to Pragues, we tought of going to Pragues next year but we deciced to go to the South of France
Pragues is said to be the Paris of the East, no?


The Style Crone said...

The ability to travel to many different countries sounds like a dream to me. Maybe one day I will travel to Prague too.

No fear of fashion said...

Sunglasses are easy to come by. Do you have the attitude? haha.
Nice dress by the way.

dan said...

I have never been to Prague jet, but I think it is a beautiful city. . . your blue and white dress is very cute!

No fear of fashion said...

And now coming over to Amsterdam in May... indeed a jet setter.