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Jul i Prag

Jul i Prag

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Varje år, innan jul, åker jag och mamma till en stad varken hon eller jag varit i innan för att insupa lite julatmosfär och komma i rätt stämning. Denna gång föll lotten på Prag och efteråt är jag extremt tacksam för detta. Innan vi åkte (och till och med på flygplatsen) trodde jag att det var ett någorlunda slitet öststatsland med sovjetprägel. Skamset får jag erkänna att jag inte kunde ha mer fel. Prag är trendigt, vackert, otroligt rikt på historia (me like) och helt rätt ställe att komma i julstämning på.

Huvudorsaken var som sagt att komma i julstämning och denna finner man självfallet enklast på julmarknader. De största finns på torget i gamla stan (tja, jag tänker inte ge mig på att stava det på tjeckiska) samt på den imponerande boulevarden Wenceslas Square, men det fanns små julstånd lite här och var runtom hela staden.

Och tja, brandsäkerheten i stånden var väl lite sisådär, men åtminstone fick man rökta chips om inte annat. Glöm inte att testa lokala delikatesser som dessa tunna brödrullar som bakades över öppen eld.

Jag har för vana att köpa med mig julgransdekorationer var jag än befinner mig i världen för att sedan när jag blir vuxen någon gång kunna hänga upp dem i min gran och minnas alla underbara resor jag gjort runt världen. Den här gången blev det både en handmålad julgranskula med pragmotiv samt en ängel.
När man väl tröttnar på julstämningen, för det gör man faktiskt, kan man spendera timme efter timme med att strosa runt i denna otroligt vackra stad, vare sig det är i dess smala gränder nära slottet eller över någon av deras många broar, Karlsbron inte att förglömma.

Narcissist som jag är så älskade jag såklart den här spegellabyrinten som byggdes till en industriutställning 1891. Det var däremot smått jobbigt att hitta ut därifrån, men vad gjorde det när man kan se sig själv från 100 olika vinklar.

Precis intill labyrinten fanns ett utsiktstorn, även det byggt 1891. Till saken hör att jag är GALET rädd för höjder när det inte är glasfönster eller annat som ”skyddar”. Här var det enbart dessa metallstängsel som skyddade mig från en säker död ner i ravinen. Jag är bara stolt nog över att jag var stadig nog på handen för att fånga denna vy över staden (och Karlsbron) samt bilden nedan med utsikt över slottet.

Slottet är dock inte bara ett slott. Det är en samling byggnader från olika tidsepoker som bildar en sluten stad i staden, som numera (till min och Habsburgarnas förfäran) dock är öppen för allmänheten.

Om du är ute efter en fylla så är det lätt att fixa. Sprit finns överallt och alkohol är otroligt billigt. Om en öl kostar mer än 30 kronor anses det vara dyrt…

Här försöker jag posera lika bistert som soldaten, men tror ändå han vinner. Åtminstone i ståtligt poseande. Bakom mig anar man ett Prag i solnedgång och när man går ner från slottet möts man förr eller senare av Karlsbron. Där kryllar det av svanar och jag är smått rädd för dessa fåglar då jag blev attackerad av en svan som treåring (oerhört traumatiskt, jag vet), men de blir en snygg förgrund inför Karlsbron.

Sista kvällen tänkte jag och mamma att vi skulle lyxa till det lite ”för det var vi värda” så vi åt på Restaurant Ungelt som innehade både Michelinstjärna, oerhört god mat och trevlig personal. När vi fick kvittot blev vi dock smått chockade. Tre rätters middag för två personer inklusive dryck och dricks gick på… 70€!!! Om inte det är billigt vet jag inte vad. Det var inte det enda som var billigt. En taxi från flygplatsen till Prag 1 där vi bodde (staden är uppdelad i arrondissement precis som Paris) kostade 15€ och när jag gick in på Louis Vuitton såg jag att min väska kostade hela 200€ mindre i Prague än vad den gjorde i London. Där var jag smått bitter.

Så årets julresa med mamma blir även årets julstadstips. Prag har allt från god mat, billig shopping, fantastisk arkitektur och historia, vänliga människor till julstämning. För att avsluta resan lägger jag upp bilden där jag tillsammans med denna bedårande flicka tände ljus stöpta i valnötsskal med syftet att tacka universum och om det är något jag ska tacka detta år är det just universum och allt det gett mig.

God Jul kära vänner, men säger inte Gott Nytt År än, då jag kommer att publicera blogginlägg hela julen lång. 🙂 

79 Comments

  1. Sharon Wu
    2016-12-22 at 19:29
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    Wow, Christmas in Prague looks and sounds amazing! I am also really loving your coat — can I have it?! Haha. Hope you have an enjoyable holiday with your mom, Thomas! I look forward to seeing more of your holiday adventures on here, and can’t wait to catch up with you soon. Happy Holidays! Sending you lots of love from LA xoxoxo, sharon

    http://www.stylelullaby.com/fashion/tis-season-chunky-knits/

  2. Lucy Hernández
    2016-12-22 at 21:45
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    What a wonderful tradition!! I’d love to do something like that with my little’s! How old wr you when you started taking these trips? And I’ve always wanted to go to Prague, I’ve heard great things. But like you not exactly sure what to expect ???‍♀️ Thanks for all the great insight and happy holidays!

  3. Charlie
    2016-12-23 at 01:06
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    Hey man !! Thank you for sharing this post !! Now I’m 100 % sure I will go to Prague this 2017 ! Your blog is awesome

  4. Jennifer Quattrucci
    2016-12-23 at 01:11
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    I’m just smiling so much as I read about your adventure and see all these delightful pictures. I really enjoyed your instastories, and really wished I was there with you, strolling around , seeing the many charming Christmas sights. I think the maze with totally freak me out because we have similar spots like this around here , only made of corn ( seriously) that I am not a fan of . I love how you get ornaments every year . My mom always did this for me and my sister and now we collect for our children. There is nothing like filling up a tree with lovely memories. I can’t go without saying how truly dashing you look in each picture ( and in your instastories) and I look forward to following all your future adventures and achievements. Thank you so much for sharing , Tommy. Xoxoxo

  5. Anthony @oh_anthonio
    2016-12-23 at 01:39
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    I’ve always wanted to go to Prague and this post has me reconsidering it again. It was really helpful to see what it’s like through your eyes. Glad you enjoyed!

  6. Jo
    2016-12-23 at 02:37
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    There are so many beautiful places in this world I would love to visit but honestly Prague was never on my list till I learned everything about this amazing city through your eyes. I’ll definitely want to go there one day very soon (hopefully in summer time when it isn’t too cold ?). I absolutely love all the details you shared about this city along with those stunning images you captured (are you sure you aren’t a professional photographer?). I am also so happy you were able to spend some quality time with mom during this very festive time of the year!

    Thank you so much for sharing another great post with us, Thomas!

    With love,
    Joanne

  7. Eric k
    2016-12-23 at 03:57
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    Thomas, i have to be honest here and tell you that, as i was reading this Blog i realized that i have missed your articles. Truly my favorite to read and feel like Im traveling with you or experiencing different things the same way you are experiencing them. I absolutely love Prague and i think the entire country should write you a big check for convincing me to put this place into my bucket list.
    Stay strong buddy, and we can’t wait see you back in action.
    http://www.erickfashion.com

  8. Mariann Yip
    2016-12-23 at 04:25
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    It’s so funny that you went to Prague a month after me! Did you try the goulash?? I definitely miss the markets and the food!

  9. Yasmin
    2016-12-23 at 06:47
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    Love this little slice of life in Prague. Such an entertaining travel guide. Good to know it is an affordable place to go. Also it’s so great that you take a yearly Xmas vacation with your mom. So cute! And those little Xmas stalls are so adorable. I too find birds scary AF – I mean they can fly and jump on you. Let’s just say I had an incident when I was younger too haha.

    xx Yasmin
    http://banglesandbungalows.com

  10. gracie
    2016-12-23 at 15:29
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    Prague at Christmas looks amazing. Truly magical. Your photos are so good. Are you taking them yourself ? I love that you are on this trip with your mom, such a special tradition. Have a wonderful Christmas & can’t wait to see more !
    xx,gracie
    snappedbygracie.com

  11. Martina caruso
    2016-12-23 at 17:54
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    Sono appena arrivata sul tuo blog davvero bellissimo… è molto belli gli scatti di questo articolo!!

  12. Stephanie
    2016-12-23 at 18:19
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    I have SO been looking forward to this post (you know that)! It certainly didn’t disappoint. The photos are spectacular, and it looks like you had an incredible time. I love that you had the idea of getting an ornament in each place you travel. That’s so creative (and I totally might steal it from you whenever I actually begin to travel myself). Thank you so much for sharing your trip with us! I hope that you may have more photos in the near future. Oh! And Merry Christmas 🙂

    Stephanie // SheSawStyle.com

  13. Natalia K
    2016-12-23 at 19:14
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    These markets look amazing I would love to go on a shopping spree there and the ornament is so pretty have a lovely Christmas

  14. Leila D.
    2016-12-23 at 20:34
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    Love the photos, lovely place. I have never been there before, maybe I’ll go one day. You should visit Sarajevo sometime, it’s also very beautiful. Happy Friday!

    http://Www.leilaandvanya.blogspot.com

  15. Luke
    2016-12-23 at 23:26
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    Wow, beautifully shot Thomas and some great tips and suggestions for Prague even if you aren’t there at Christmas time.

  16. diana
    2016-12-23 at 23:34
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    It is so nice that you had to travel with your mom, I wish I could join my holiday season with my family, but they live to far. Christmas is so beautiful time of the year in Europe

    http://www.queenhorsfall.com/

  17. Gina Diaz
    2016-12-24 at 01:16
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    First of all, I would like to say that I am happy to see YOU back here! :))) this sounds like an exciting trip to your mom, I love traveling with my mom too! I have never visited this place, but I dream of going one day, especially now that I have seen your beautiful pictures. By the way, your coat is so beautiful and looks wonderful on you!!!! as always your styling is so amazing…. Xx, Gina

    Happy holidays, send you the biggest hug!

    http://www.artsyrunway.com

  18. Samantha Mariko
    2016-12-24 at 03:04
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    Welcome back 🙂 It must be so nice to be able to travel every Christmas with your mom, and it seems like there is so much to do and see in Prague! Thanks for your thoughtful comments always <3 Wishing you a Merry Christmas from Japan!
    http://www.samanthamariko.com

  19. Katherine
    2016-12-24 at 04:15
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    These are great photos!

    http://www.myclusterofthoughts.com/

  20. Helen Chik
    2016-12-24 at 10:03
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    I was meant to visit Prague two years ago but fell ill in Budapest so never made it! I’m so jealous because the city looks amazing and that architecture is just so beautiful!!! Have a fabulous Christmas there Thomas!!

    Helen xx
    https://ch1k.com/contiki-asia-16-part-two

  21. Aldora
    2016-12-24 at 14:39
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    WOW Prague looks like an amazing place to hang out Thomas! And everything looks so magical in your post including that maze! Hope you’ll enjoy your weekend 😉

  22. Annelies
    2016-12-24 at 15:26
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    Lovely place, it’s on my bucketlist for sure! 🙂

    xx

    http://www.annelieshellem.com

  23. Lauren
    2016-12-25 at 00:05
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    This looks like an amazing trip! I’ve always wanted to see the Christmas markets in Prague 🙂 Hope you have a wonderful holiday!

    Xx,

    Lauren

  24. Jen
    2016-12-25 at 01:18
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    OMG Thomas, I’m so jealous of you! Christmas in Prague looks like a dream come true to me. I love everything about Christmas so I would probably stay in the market all day and eat and see everything Christmas related. That castle is amazing too! Do they allow photoshoots? Haha, so beautiful and wonderfully captured. I hope to visit one day!

  25. Yuena Li
    2016-12-25 at 03:40
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    Absolutely loved this post. This little marketplace seemed to have so many things I WOULD love to check out. And I’ve always wanted to celebrate Christmas in a different country just for the experience. And that sunset was absolutely breath taking. I’m still waiting for a smile from you!!

    With love,
    Yuena
    http://youtube.com/simplyyue

  26. Maggie
    2016-12-25 at 06:15
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    I’m so jealous you got to spend Christmas in Prague! I’ve always wanted to travel to Europe, but never had the chance and it’s so cool you get to travel with your mom.

    Initially when I read your comment about buying Christmas ornaments, I thought, ”Why would he buy something so fragile” to take back? But what you said was so beautiful – to have a tree filled with ornaments from around the world. I think I’m going to start doing that! Haha. 😛

    Merry Christmas!

    xoxo,

    Maggie S.

    ❤Clothestomidnight.com

  27. Darya
    2016-12-25 at 12:09
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    Such a wonderful Christmas post!
    I really like the text and photos!
    …..Thank you for this festive mood… Happy to read you!

  28. frank lin
    2016-12-25 at 12:34
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    Thomas, the photos are incredible!
    Prague is on my list for such a long time :(!!

    xx frank

  29. Everest
    2016-12-25 at 17:40
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    The Christmas spirit is really strong in Prague and I think it looks beautiful! I was in Prague in summer and I think it looks way prettier in winter than in Summer from your pictures. I would definitely return in Winter for these festive mood!

    Kisses from Singapore,
    Everest
    http://www.everestsays.com

  30. Belle
    2016-12-25 at 18:43
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    Thomas I think it’s absolutely beautiful that you can take a trip each year with your mom!!! That’s so sweet. I haven’t been to Vienna but I love markets and would love to explore a Christmas market. Christmas stuff can get a little overwhelming- I definitely agree. How much do handpainted ornaments go for there?? They are gorgoeus! Merry Christmas!!

  31. Sofia
    2016-12-25 at 21:57
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    OMG the christmas market looks so amazing!! If its one thing i miss about Europe its the christmas markets. In the US they’re more about decorating their houses but there aren’t a lot of festivities going on.

  32. Shalini
    2016-12-26 at 00:30
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    Thomas, your pictures are seriously so beautiful! I felt like I was in Prague! Prague and Iceland are two places I have on my list to visit in 2017. Thank you so much for sharing these…. so many great ideas! Happy holidays! xx shalini

  33. Anju
    2016-12-26 at 02:39
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    Christmas in Prague sounds amazing. Adding it to my bucket list, hopefully next Xmas trip. Thanks for your tips on making it a trip for Shopping and dining 😀
    xo
    Anju
    http://codedressed.com/

  34. Candace Hampton
    2016-12-26 at 04:44
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    What a beautiful place to visit before the holidays! Visiting here would have definitely put me in the Christmas spirit. It’s so beautiful there 🙂

    http://www.thebeautybeau.com

  35. Laurelle
    2016-12-26 at 05:42
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    Oh my goodness! All of your pictures made me want to travel there so badly! It looks beautiful, and all the food and handmade things looked so charming and wonderful! Hope you had a great trip and a wonderful Christmas!
    -Laurelle
    http://www.bellebylaurelle.com

  36. Jenelle
    2016-12-26 at 09:02
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    I love Prague so much!! There is so much to see. We just wandered around, yet I feel like we missed most of the tourist attractions. We walked around the grounds of the castle, but I think that is it. I’d love to go back again one day. The food is delicious and as you say, sooooo cheap!
    I read your encounter with swans, but I think that photo is lovely!!
    xx Jenelle
    http://www.inspiringwit.com

  37. Eva
    2016-12-26 at 09:58
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    Hello Thomas!!!
    Really nice idea to take a trip before Christmas, and go on the little markets. Prague is very beautiful and I never saw yet.
    Hope you can enjoy all time with your Mum, wish you a happy Holidays, dear.
    xx Eva from Italy
    http://www.themermaidfashion.com

  38. Morgan Klein
    2016-12-26 at 15:11
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    This trip looks amazing! I love the tradition that you have for Christmas where you buy an ornament from each place that you visit. So cool! You must have a ton!

  39. Lolita Mas
    2016-12-26 at 16:21
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    I dream about visiting Prague in Winter, hopefully next year I will do it!

  40. Manda
    2016-12-26 at 16:43
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    This town is so charming! I love the entire feel of your shots and I have the same tradition when picking out ornaments!

    Manda | http://EvocativelyChosen.com

  41. Elizabeth Lee
    2016-12-26 at 20:08
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    For me, Prague is almost too pretty to be real. Your photos just confirmed that this city is a dream! It must have been even more stunning with the Christmas decorations up. The hand painted ornaments are so special and I love the idea of collecting them as souvenirs to remind you of your trips. And, do you always look this stylish when you travel??

    Love, Liz
    stylewich.com

  42. Open Kloset By Karina
    2016-12-26 at 20:51
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    Dear Thomas,
    Happy that you are back:) Love Prague, i was there twice, Beautiful And Cheap:)
    Very Similar to Budapest i can say:)
    Your Photos are Stunning as Always and Very Sweet:) Lovely Christmas Style 🙂
    Sending you Love and Kisses
    Open Kloset By Karina
    New:http://openklosetfashion.blogspot.pt/2016/12/costes-downtown-michelin-starred.html?m=1#more

  43. Iliana
    2016-12-26 at 21:49
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    Ahh the rolls, cookies and food all look yummy ? the scenery is my favorite ?

  44. Jessie
    2016-12-26 at 22:50
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    Ong Prague looks amazing during the winter and it’s such a cosy place to spend your Christmas! I was in Prague earlier this year during summer, but it looked completely different! I will try to visit the city again during winter next time! Thanks for sharing Thomas!

    Xx, Jessie
    http://4evajessie.com/gold-rush/

  45. Bryanna
    2016-12-26 at 23:26
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    Oh my goodness, yes!! I’m terrified of birds and my friends and I passed that same place where you were and she wanted to pet/feed the swans… I was petrified haha. I miss Prague’s Christmas markets so bad! Such a great place to get unique and festive gifts. Your post brought so many memories back, so thank you!

    Bryanna | Coming in Clutch

  46. Jo
    2016-12-27 at 00:34
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    Happy (belated) Christmas, Thomas! What a lovely tradition to have with your mom! Thanks for sharing your experience and your awesome photos of Prague. I clearly need to visit this beautiful city, not only because it’s inexpensive (which is a very good reason to go, indeed), but because there looks like so many fun things to do! p.s. I really, really want one of those gingerbread man cookies 🙂

    xo, Jo
    http://www.cutandchic.com

  47. Brittany
    2016-12-27 at 03:10
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    How beautiful!!! You’ve absolutely sparked my interest in Prague.

    xx
    outofofficeny.com

  48. Jordan Chapman
    2016-12-27 at 05:05
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    I’ve never been to Prague, but it looks like you had an amazing time. Christmas is always a great time to travel and you have such great photos to show for it! Happy holidays!!
    Jordan XX
    http://www.thehatlogic.com

  49. michenn
    2016-12-27 at 14:38
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    Wow, that Christmas market looks so clean!! So different from the ones in NYC, which are so hectic and crowded. Prague looks beautiful, I especially like the photo of all the swans…it looks so dreamy! Those gingerbread cookies also look pretty delicious. I wish I could visit! It looks like it’s an amazing place to spend Christmas!

    michenn

  50. Michelle
    2016-12-27 at 16:31
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    Your photos are so beautiful – it really looks like a fairytale. You truly captured so many special moments. And I just wanted to say that I love how you compare you blog to IKEA LOL.
    Happy Holidays!
    XO
    http://www.lehoarder.com

  51. Lily Rose
    2016-12-27 at 17:28
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    Every time I visit your post, you always make me want to pack my bag and travel. This place does look like a Christmas fairytale. So nice and the pasty goods make me feel cozy. Great idea to take a trip for the holidays Thomas!

    -Lily from With Love Lily Rose

  52. Jacqueline
    2016-12-27 at 18:51
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    That’s so awesome that you guys do that! I would love to go to Prague. It looks so stunning. My former Roomie is from there and she always talked about how amazing it is!

  53. Amanda Sorenson
    2016-12-27 at 20:30
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    THOMAS! Prague looks amazing – I am so envious of you for getting to spend Christmas there. I need to plan a trip ASAP and do literally everything you did in these images – so stunning.

    Thanks for sharing!
    xo,
    http://aasoren.com

  54. Rachel Holliday
    2016-12-27 at 23:55
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    I’m so glad that you conquered your swan fear and your fear of heights to take these photos as they are absolutely gorgeous! The Prague Christmas Markets look like the perfect place to get into the Christmas spirit and those hand painted Christmas tree decorations are so beautiful. And you win the pose off hands down!!

    Rachel xx
    http://www.thedailyluxe.net

  55. Miki
    2016-12-28 at 00:59
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    Love your outfit! Oh, your photos take me back to Prague. I haven’t been there for about 10 years. Those holiday photos are amazing. I was only there in the summer and can only imagine how stunning this all was in person! Yum – that bread roll and the smoked chips sound so yummy too! I hope you had an amazing time with your mom! 🙂

    Xo,
    Miki
    http://mikialamode.com

  56. Linh Dao
    2016-12-28 at 02:22
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    Omg can your Christmas be any better!? This sounds like a great tradition to do with your mom! I love it so much! The colors and the pictures are amazing! I need to have a Christmas tradition! This is amazing! I don’t have one since I moved so this will be on my list?

    Linh
    http://www.xcapewithlinh.com

  57. Katya Bychkova
    2016-12-28 at 03:57
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    I’ve been to Prague many years ago when I was a teenager and it was a wonderful trip! I really loved the old city and all of the national desserts! It seems like you had an amazing trip too! Thank you for sharing your amazing photo report! It’s been such pleasure reading your informative blog post!

    http://stylesprinter.com

  58. francesca
    2016-12-28 at 04:43
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    thats such a cute idea to get an ornament to remember the trip! love these pics. I wish i could visit
    francesca
    Frank Vinyl : A California Fashion Blog

  59. Atsuna Matsui
    2016-12-28 at 05:58
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    Prague looks so beautiful and it seems like you had quite the adventure during the holidays. 🙂 I’ve heard so many great things about Prague and I can see why now. Prague looks like there’s so much rich history! I would love to try the mirror maze you were at haha and I’m just drooling over the food that you got to eat in Prague. Happy holidays and hope you had a Merry Christmas!

    http://www.atsunamatsui.com

  60. Ravayna
    2016-12-28 at 07:38
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    Astounding that Prague is so cheap! I wish I could do my shopping there! Looks like you had a lovely time, Thanks for sharing dear!

  61. Ana Vukosavljevic
    2016-12-28 at 09:07
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    Christmas in Prague looks like so much fun!
    I heard and read about it soooo much! I need to experience it myself definitaley 😀

  62. Bernice
    2016-12-28 at 13:59
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    I love that you buy a new ornament every time you travel! I hope I can start this tradition soon as it does sound so lovely to have a whole tree one day decorated with my memories and talk to my children about it!

    http://www.bunnybernice.com/single-post/2016/12/29/Get-a-Muddy-Body-for-New-Years

  63. Tandya
    2016-12-28 at 18:42
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    I love that you and your mother take an annual trip with each other around this time. It’s traditions like that, that make the holidays special. Prague looks so beautiful around this time. You phots are absolutely stunning! Happy holidays!

  64. Alexandra
    2016-12-28 at 22:57
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    O.M.G All the food looks AHHHMAZING! I love how festive the town is dressed up for holidays! The little food and artisan stands! So glad to hear you enjoyed your time with your mom! What a lovely tradition!

    xx
    alexandrachloe.com

  65. Lacey
    2016-12-29 at 00:20
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    Can I just tell you that Prague has been at the top of my travel list for some time now! Oh, and I also collect ornaments from all my travels for my Christmas tree. Kindred spirits you and I! I actually thought about doing Prague in the summer when I’m in Europe to visit my bestie who now lives in Italy. But, now you’ve made me want to do Prague at Christmas! Who knows, maybe I’ll do both 😉

    Love this post Thomas!

    xoxo,
    Lacey | http://www.stateoflace.com

  66. Jessica
    2016-12-29 at 05:16
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    You captured some amazing moments! Beautiful pictures! I felt I was right there with you!

    XO, Jessica

  67. Charissa
    2016-12-29 at 14:21
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    I saw your lovely snaps on instastories already! Prague definitely looks like a great city, can’t wait to visit it myself. Those gingerbread-men look so adorable by the way, never had one myself.. but they do look very instaworthy. XO

  68. ellen kim
    2016-12-29 at 18:46
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    I always wanted to visit Prague! What a gorgeous city. Looks like you’re having an amazing time. Can’t wait to see more photos!!

    xo,
    Spreadfashioblog.com

  69. Darlene
    2016-12-29 at 22:11
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    first of all! Happy belated christmas! Your photos are like a dream christmas. I always wanna go to Prague, consider yourself lucky you live in Europe! I wished that you had an amazing holiday also you had fun with your social media break. I actually did that and slowly getting back again. hahaha anyhoo can’t wait to read more of your blogs!

    x
    Darlene

  70. Natasha du Chen
    2016-12-30 at 05:56
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    So beautiful town! Prague is the best

  71. MadCatFashion
    2016-12-30 at 10:56
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    Wow! Such a gorgeous places and photos! I have never been to Prague yet even if I lived so close all my life.
    madcat.fashion

  72. samira
    2016-12-30 at 23:12
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    wow! what a beautiful spot! i really want to go travel here! so jealous, thanks for sharing!!

    xo samira,

    http://www.leathertolunch.com

  73. Danielle
    2016-12-31 at 21:43
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    Love that this is a tradition you share with your mom! I am always so envious of how easy it is to travel between all of the beautiful cities living in Europe! Prague sounds like a dream. Hope you had a wonderful holiday love!

    xx, Danielle | Pineapple & Prosecco

  74. Aleksandra Ladygin
    2017-01-01 at 10:43
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    Europe is always good idea to make the cristmass mood!
    We have wonderful markets in Cologne as well. I like travel as well but Prague it is one of my next destinatiions!

  75. dbrodowski
    2017-01-02 at 14:09
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  76. Sarah
    2017-01-05 at 17:41
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    This looks so serene, I hope you had a Merry Christmas!

  77. marcy
    2017-01-09 at 13:18
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    Prague is on my bucket list!!! Looks so beautiful and that you have so much fun.
    I may still your idea of collecting Xmas ornaments from different parts the world so cool!! LOVE IT

    xoxo
    Marcy

  78. Andreea Birsan
    2017-01-11 at 22:27
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    Prague is so beautiful during Christmas! Everything looks so festive! I really hope you had a great time in there, and can I steal your camel coat?

    Andreea,
    http://couturezilla.com/

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