Welcome to week 255 of Travel Photo Thursday (11/19/2015). If you missed last weeks octopus eating adventures, they’re just a click away. I think most of us are walking around with heavy hearts this week, trying to absorb and make some sense (as if that’s possible) of the atrocities and innocent lives lost this past week. My love affair with Europe began when I was 17 years old, plying the Mediterranean on a cruise ship giving many Canadian school kids their first taste of the rich history, and the ambiance that is so prevalent throughout that part of the world. Since moving to Asia in 2000, I have spent more time traveling the countries surrounding Korea. I love Asia, and always will, but I have never left my heart in Asia as I have so often in Europe. I have been fortunate enough to spend some time in Europe over the last few years, primarily Spain, Czech, and a peek of Budapest thrown in. In a few weeks I’ll be in Barcelona and Portugal. This week I share with you a few Prague and Budapest memories.
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Budapest was a side trip from Prague, and I loved every moment. I hope one of these days to return and spend some time getting to know both the city and country a little bit more. I am anxious to explore the Hungarian vineyards.
One of my favorite Budapest shots (and not new to BTS)
Loved the window boxes in Budapest!
Pest from the Buda side…
Budapest’s iconic parliament buildings taken from the water.
In Prague’s castle district, a stunning archway.
A Prague artist at work.
An archway and balcony in Prague’s old town.
Taken from Prague’s historic Charles Bridge. Love the steeples!
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