Tag: Prague

The legend of the Golem of Prague – and its appearance in children's and modern literature

I love when my six-year-old gets to go to the library at his school – simply because I never know what books he’ll check out that day. I always excitedly open his backpack to see what French and/or English books are tucked away inside of it. And, I’m never disappointed. A few months ago, he brought home... Read more »

Global desserts: Enjoying trdelník in Prague

Food is a huge part of experiencing a culture. It’s the star of any holiday gathering. It’s front and center at street festivals. It’s enjoyed by people of all ages. It grabs your attention and makes you hungry to find out more. And, food and travel go hand in hand. It’s nearly impossible to truly experience a... Read more »

David Černý sculptures in Prague: Czech artist’s public artwork infuses the city with personality

My husband and I recently returned from a stay in Prague. After extending our layover in Munich, we arrived in our final destination as the sun went down. By the time we first ventured out into Prague, evening had fallen upon the bohemian city. Have you ever arrived in a city after dark? If so,... Read more »