Tag Archives | Eastern Europe

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Craving Italian in Prague? Eat here.

Czech food taste a lot like Italian. Maybe because it’s really Italian. We love Czech food, but I hope the Czech’s don’t get offended when I say Italian food is their national cuisine. There’s something about the Czechs and Italian food – they do it so well, and it’s some of the best we’ve had,… Read more…

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2012: The Best Year of Our Lives

A year in pictures, a lifetime of memories. 2012, best year ever. When we quit our jobs, never in my wildest dreams did I imagined we’d be spending the year the way we did – a year in travel. It’s been one helluva a year filled with more ups than down, both good times and… Read more…

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The Magic of Christkindmarkt in Vienna

Our favorite time of year filled with mulled wine, gingerbread and ornaments. The plus side to Eastern Europe in the winter isn’t just cheaper accommodations and less tourists. It’s also about Christmas markets! We were beside ourselves. And of all the Christmas markets out there, I had my eyes on Vienna to be our first…. Read more…

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Tasting Hungary in Budapest

Langos, goose liver, pickled veggies and every tasty Hungarian morsel in between. You know if there’s a food tour anywhere, Gerard and I (and our waistlines) are up for the challenge. Our tour began at the Great Market Hall. We met up with Judith from Taste Hungary, our tour guide for the day along with… Read more…

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The Darker Side of Prague

Of tales and legends, a different kind of night on the town. I’m the biggest scaredy cat when it comes to the supernatural stuff. I can’t even watch movies with suspense background music, that’s how big of a chicken I am. And yet, it’s hard not to be interested in that sort of stuff, right?… Read more…

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