Many “traditional” tourist experiences in Prague are actually fake Czech. From trdlo, to nesting dolls to Kafka. Read to learn more!
Sometimes, people in America ask my husband Isaac why he prefers to travel abroad when he could be exploring his
While the Chinese celebrate their singleness, Americans enjoy a day off in remembrance of veterans, Czechs are busy stuffing their faces with goose on November 11th.
Czech Halloween (Dusicky) and the reason Czechs take “anti-vampire” measures with their corpses…
Do I recommend seeing the fireworks from Charle’s Bridge at least once in your lifetime? Yes, definitely! Will I be doing it again? Probably not.
Our favorite place in Prague.
Four years ago I had the honor of participating in a Journalism Program that Prague Freedom Foundation sponsored. The program brought students from Kent State University and Anglo American University together to study journalism. After winning the Excellence Award for my piece on Abortion Laws in Ohio I went on to receive a grant from PFF to report on the war in Ukraine…
Jiskra loves to experiment with food and began cooking with insects five years ago. The lunch menu was much more extensive than the average insect tasting with mealworms, crickets, grasshoppers and cockroaches on offer. You could eat a three-course cricket meal with crickets in the soup as well as the typically-Czech fried cheese but also covered in chocolate as dessert…
With only a few weeks left in 2016, it’s time to make plans to celebrate New Year’s Eve! Everyone in
Every one of you has at one point has experienced being some place that gives you a strange feeling: chills