After being starstruck by the beauty of nature in Iceland and fulfilling childhood dreams in Paris, we’ve reached the third and final stop of our honeymoon. As expected, we didn’t want it to end so we wanted to take it slow to make the most out of it.
So in Prague, we decided to not have an itinerary. We didn’t book any tours as well.
All we did was book our accommodation that was conveniently located in the middle of all the must-see places the internet has recommended us to visit. Haha.
Prague Holiday Apartment is right beside the bridge, meaning you could easily cross to go to the old town square or walk by the river to the famous Charles Bridge.
We’re happy we saved Prague for last.
Because this place was just one of the most beautiful places we’ve been to.
Everywhere you look, every corner, and every angle you look at it is photogenic.
Just like a postcard.
So for this part of the trip, we just walked around and immersed ourselves in the beauty of this cozy town.
I won’t type much after this so you can appreciate the photos more without being interrupted by my yapping. Hahaha.
As much as we tried to make the most out of the few days we had there, our time was even made shorter because the sun set quite early.
This was how 4:30pm looked like when we were there:
Nonetheless it was a short and sweet stay.
We loved the town.
We loved the food.
We loved the locals.
Humans AND animals!
This was one of the highlights of our trip, believe it or not.
Being a dog parent myself, this touched me.
Meet Bobby and his pawrent.
Before and after I pet Bobby, his pawrent tucked him inside a thick blanket to make sure he was warm and comfortable.
We was constantly combing him as well to make him well-groomed and presentable.
He didn’t have much, but with the little that he had, he made sure he was more than okay.
It was nothing but selfless, unconditional love.
All in all, Prague was amazing.
It was a lovely stay.
And you know what made it even more special?
We experienced light snow when we were there!
Okay okay. You might say snow is no big deal.
But believe it or not, it was a memorable experience for us.
It was a first for the both of us!
And as it turns out, snow was rare during that time of the year.
It came on our last day there, and apparently it was only for that day.
God truly has His ways to surprise us and make us feel extra special. 🙂