I've not written any post since Sunday - as I've been on a short vacation/trip to Prague from last Monday until today (just arrived almost 2 hours ago;)). And as I'm planning a LOT at the moment I'm not always in the best inspiration mood BUT always try to satisfied myself as well as YOU;) (as I'm always sooooo happy to get comments and to answer them if I've time;)).
Maybe you've seen my old Prague holiday posts and maybe you've been as well once or often in Prague?!
Trdelnik- one of the typical czech/slovak sweet baked heaven;)!
I'v as well been at one of the lovely Bohemia Bagel's restaurants/breakfast places (Lázeňská 19, Praha 1 - Malá strana) - where I've eaten my 1st Bohemia Bagel!;):
My 1st Bohemia Bagel wholemeal/oats bagel with strawberry jam:
Kampa Island & Certovka or "Little Prague Venice" with the reluctantly seen (love) keys:
I've really been in LOT shopping centres:
(These pic's and other you'll see on my Instagram Account;))
Shopping Centres I've visited (some of the shopping centres aren't on the collage above as I've forgot to make some pictures more;)!):
was opened 2007, contains currently 180 shops, 20 restaurants, bars and cafés of five floors, one of the biggest shopping centres in the Czech Republic at this time, it's on the opposite site of OD Kotva, the site where it stands was under control of the Army until being sold in the 1990s
20 000 m2 sales floor and 18 000 m2 office floor , 130 brand shops and activities, 4 floors, on the 4th floor are different restaurants and the Cinema City with 3D Imax
was opened 9th November 2005, 55 000 m2 sales floor, more than 212 shops/restaurants
the latest shopping mall/area in the middle/centre of Prague was opened 6th of March 2014 and contains currently 20 shops/restaurants
was opened 2001, 85 150 m2, contains 160 shops/restaurants, a 2 floor hypermarket and a multiplex cinema with 12 movie rooms
75th anniversary -since 19th march 1939, was the most modern and the biggest in east and west europe!, inside you'll find the 1st escalator in middle europe since in the 30s! the shopping area and inside is similar to Wertheim and Karstadt in Berlin or De Buenkorf in Rotterdam
was built during 1970-1975, it's an hexagon building/architecture, was the biggest shopping mall/center during the Czechoslovakia era
There are sooooo many different places and things to see in Prague - just escape!;):
Hope you've had a great week!