The Fairy Tale Land of Czech Republic

This past week my journey took me to a place I have wanted to go for years – Czech Republic. Of these seven days, two, of course, were spent in Prague, the famous and historic Czech city with a metropolitan population of 2.3 million. The other five, however, were spent 90 minutes outside the capital in the village of Načeradec, population: 600 – at best. Fantastic times were had in both places, and each were perfect in their respective ways. If I had to sum it up, I would say in all of the fairy tales you read as a kid, Prague is the castle where the princess lived and Načeradec was the magic forest she runs away to when she wanted to talk to deer, get chased by wolves or other stuff like that.

The details on Načeradec are to come tomorrow. Prague photos will be up later this week. For now, though, here is a sneak-preview picture from each magical place.

Magical looking mushrooms blooming in the Slovakian forest

Dusk settles on Church of Our Lady Before Tyn in Prague

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