A Double Dose of Brunch in Praha

On Sunday, we brunched twice! First, we went to BIO|OKO‘s Filmbrunch to see the indie film, American Honey starring Sasha Lane and Shia LaBeof. You can feel the tragic American cycle of the underprivileged youth who are brought up in the system or have fallen out of it with no one to fall back on. […]

Continue Reading


Naplavka, Praha, Czech Republic

I’ve been trying to go to the Náplavka Farmers Market/Náplavka Farmářské Tržiště but hunger gets in the way and we’re off to a lazy brunch before I can even remember it’s happening. Finally, one sunny autumn Saturday I remembered while brunching at Maso a Kobliha and off we went. But a few interesting things caught our […]

Continue Reading

Prague Street Food Festival

Prague Street Food Festival at Cross Club

During our first weekend in Prague (Praha), we headed to Cross Club (Praha 7, Holesoviče) for a tasty street food brunch opting out of long lines (still have not encountered a line here in Praha) in quaint cafes. Our noses wanted to lead the hunt but we had to map out our stomach space with an […]

Continue Reading

Goats at the Prague Lucerna Rooftop


After a delicious lunch at Bánh Mì Makers, I headed over to the newly opened rooftop of the historic Prague Lucerna. A place where most tourists gather in the lobby to snap a photo of David Černý’s infamous statue of Saint Wenceslas riding a dead horse. It’s hilarious and something to gaze up in person. The […]

Continue Reading

Travel Tip 021/100: Be Respectful When Visiting Places of Worship

Travel Tip Be Respectful When Visiting Places of Worship

When visiting mosques, synagogue, temples, churches, cathedrals, memorials and other places of worship culturally or historically significant as an outsider, let’s be respectful. Take a minute to read the posted signs for appropriate attire and behavior to avoid disrupting others who have also come to pay their respects. 1. St. Vitus Cathedral/Katedrála Sv. Víta in […]

Continue Reading