Eating in Prague: 5 Places for a Great Meal

Time to hit you with some more food photos (sorry, not sorry). After two full days in London, my family and I headed to Prague, Czech Republic for the next leg of our trip. I had studied abroad in the city three years prior and was every bit as excited to show my family around.

It felt like coming home.

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This is still one of my favorite views (Letna Park overlooking Prague’s Vltava River) even when the trees and flowers aren’t in bloom.

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The Revelry in Rochester Reminds Me of Prague

Since graduating from college in May, I’ve been spending my days working part-time remotely from home. Although I can’t complain about the convenience, remote work has turned me into a bit of a hermit. On the rare chance that I venture to a coffee shop in downtown Rochester to work, I end up dropping more money than I’m willing to spend.

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Image courtesy of random.com

Damn those breakfast omelettes & pour overs at Glen Edith Coffee.

Needless to say, my wallet thanks me for choosing to stay at home for work, to brew my coffee at home, and to ultimately have very little human interaction. I’m comforted in the fact that this lack of social interaction will be only temporary until I find a full-time job and move out of my parents’ house.

That day can’t come soon enough.

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Anxiously waiting for the day when I overstay my welcome at my parents’ house, and this is how they react.
Image courtesy of perezhilton.com

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