Monthly Archives: November 2012
Photo Essay – Prague, Czech Republic
I visited Prague in 2011 as part of a trip I took through Central Europe. Having been spared much of the worst of WWII and put in a state of arrested development during the Cold War, Prague has one of the best preserved old cities in all of Europe. It has served as the backdrop for many period films such as Amadeus and Immortal Beloved. While no longer the low cost destination it was after the fall of communism, it is still one of my favorite cities and one of the most visited cities in Europe.
Monday Travel Update – Getting Wet in Bath Edition
What a busy week. I spent most of last week in London attending the World Travel Market. Most of my days were filled walking around the enormous show floor, having meetings with travel industry people and then attending social events with other bloggers in the evening. Toss in train time to and from the ExCel Center and I didn’t get a whole lot done in terms of the blog.
Most of the week my legs were tired from all the walking I was doing. I ended up doing something I seldom do, which is wear shoes and socks. It seems to solve the problem with my dry, cracked skin on my feet, at least temporarily. Turns out that foot care is actually a big deal when a big part of your life involves walking. Go figure…