“The memorial’s chairs intrude to bus/ tram stops. They are used by locals awaiting transportation, almost suggests anyone can be a victim”
Inside the St. Mary's Basilica.
“Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire” - Original seal from the Schindler's Factory
The legend in Polish folklore says that the Wawel Dragon's lair was in a cave at the foot of Wawel Hill on the bank of the Vistula River . A Polish prince founded the city and built his palace over the slain dragon's lair.
Zapiekanka is an open-faced sandwich made of half of a baquette, topped with sauteed white mushrooms, cheese and other ingredients, and toasted until the cheese melts.
The Cloth Hall of Krakow has been the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978.
Krakow's Rynek Glowny is one of the largest medieval town squares in Europe and this was the view from my window.
Tea Stains and Sugar packets.
A little bit of Budapest and a little bit of Prague.
Ahoj is Hello in Slovakian.
Finish the Forints with Chocolate Cream, Raspberry Sorbet, Berries and Mint
The little legend of the lion and its tongue, of the Chain Bridge on Danube, connecting Buda & Pest.
The Church of St. Elizabeth in the eastern part of the Old Town in Bratislava, present day Slovakia. is nick-named "The Little Blue Church" because of the colour of its facade, mosaics and blue-glazed roof.
Long walk (bribed with a delicious hot chocolate) towards the outbound end of Andrassy Avenue. Hősök tere is one of the major squares in Budapest, Hungary, noted for its iconic statue complex featuring the Seven Chieftains of the Magyars and other important Hungarian national leaders, as well as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
It was our very first destination and we were brimming with excitement. But it was so cold, we were all wrapped up but we just couldn't function. We kept running to the mall to warm ourselves.
Camembert cheese and tossed cabbage salad with cranberry sauce.
Prague’s local treat is this freshly rolled bread, crispy and crumbly, coated with cinnamon sugar and walnut mix.
The third oldest astronomical clock in the world. This striking tower could be spotted from almost anywhere in Prague. A little awry? Follow the favourite landmark.
For tired legs and sore feet.