Wandering About: Prague (2010)

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Today I’ll finally share with you the last leg of my trip to Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna and Prague. Yeah, today is all about Prague. Prague was probably my favorite city of the four I’ve visited, but that is also because it was the one I spent more time in. We were more relaxed, being the last city before going home and all, and it’s honestly so gorgeous… *sigh* (I’m just gonna dump a bunch of pics here, ok?)

Now, more pictures, yeah? Have I mention how much I loved Prague?

So, what did you think? Have you been to Prague? Did you love it as much as I did? 😀

Wandering About: Vienna (2010)

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On 2010 the third city we hit was Vienna, Austria, right after Budapest and Bratislava. The city is beautiful, but unfortunately it rained during the whole time we were there, so our days ended up consisting in bus tours and hitting several cafés. As I’ve mention to Kat @Life and Other Disasters – who lives there – I really need to get back.

We got there at night and it was the only day it didn’t rain (yupppiiii), so we ended up taking a carriage ride around the city… good thing too because on the very next day it was pouring.

Did I mention the cafés? We went to several famous ones, though the Cafe Central is the only one I have photos of.

Wandering About: Budapest (2010)

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In October 2010 I did one of the best trips of my life, I went to Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna and Prague. Today I’ll share some pictures of Budapest, and then I’ll share the others at some other time (because there are too many).

My mom had a meeting there, in Budapest, so we thought it would be an ideal time to do those golden cities. My grandmother (82 at the time) agreed to come as well, and so did my mom’s business partner, and we ended up going with a Brazilian couple friends of ours and their kid. So we flew to Budapest for the meeting, and from there we rented 2 cars and there we went. I did have a small detour in the middle of my stay in Budapest, I had a aDNA congress in Munich, so I spent 2 days in Budapest with mom and grandma, then I took a 6 a.m. flight to Munich to spend 3 days at a conference with my adviser and another professor – where I had to share a room with my adviser… not weird at all – and then I got back to Budapest on the day before we left on our big trip.

I loved Budapest, it’s one of the most gorgeous cities I’ve been in, and I’m itching to go back there, because I needed so much more time to see everything properly. 🙂 Bratislava, Vienna and Prague will come soon.