Welcome to the second part of our Prague diary!
The first set of photos was taken in a cute little place called My Cup of Coffee. It is situated in Prague´s Karlin district. It was interesting to see the new, fresh face of this neighborhood as it was one of the most affected areas during the floods in 2002. I must say that it looks much better than before the floods. In fact, it looks like a hip, young area of Prague now.
So far, my most favorite coffee places in Prague are Kaficko, Cafe Savoy and Kaaba. Each of them is very unique and original. What they all have in common is great coffee and atmosphere. I like trying new places so you can imagine how curious I was to try this new place. After seeing the menu, we decided to have a brunch on the terrace. We had an omelet with vegetables and a gluten-free almond cookie for dessert and I will definitely come back to taste the rest of their homemade desserts.
Later that day the weather changed and it started to rain. We went back to the hotel and decided to take photos of the Konplott jewelry that was borrowed to me by a friend of mine. This one is called Manhattan Rocks and it is quite massive, heavy piece made of blueish green rectangular stones.
When the sun came back, we went to Josefov, a small Jewish quarter in Prague. We visited the Old New Synagogue and the Spanish Synagogue. It was a peaceful time with only a handful of tourists in the streets so we took more photos before the sunset.
I hope you enjoyed the second part of our Prague Diary… I promise, the last set of photos is coming soon:-)
Thank you for reading and have a great Wednesday!
Photos by: Alexander Ramp