Chocolate Squares of Summer

Diana Beebe, Mermaids Don't Do Windows, MDDW, Diana Beebe's Blog, science fiction, fantasy, Young adult, travelingI found these lovelies in my closet today! They were stashed in the backpack I took with me to Europe this summer!

These pretty little squares are chocolates I bought in Prague, Czech Republic. Each one has a photo of a famous place there. Why they were still hidden away, I couldn’t tell ya!

Prague was beautiful and full of people. We managed to see the Charles Bridge (did I mention all the people?) the first night. Then, it rained like crazy most of the next day, so we didn’t get to see most of the buildings and statues on those little chocolates.

Instead, we went to a museum with three exhibits to escape the cold downpours: Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol, and Alfons Mucha. I was in my happy place surrounded by art and art history!

We stumbled on some quirky places, too. The little James Bond cafe became a hideout for us when it stormed. One restaurant had an American Jazz theme with a Laurel and Hardy statue in it (why?), but the food was delicious.

Have you visited Prague? What things have you found later after returning from a trip? I’d love to hear your travel stories.



4 comments on… “Chocolate Squares of Summer”

  1. Magaly Lugo

    I am so proud of you.
    I went to Puerto Rico to my class reunion. We are not telling how many years. Spent three days with my classmates. All girls school. It was like we had talk the week before. Then I spent time with family. Had a great time. Have an aunt that us 97 yrs old and goes to Zumba classes. I visited 3 that the youngest is 88. Can do that every year.

    • Diana Beebe

      Thanks, friend! It was the most amazing trip. Is sounds like you had a wonderful trip, Magaly! Your aunt sounds like she’s unstoppable (I wonder where you get it 😉 ). I hope they are all safe right now during the hurricane.

  2. Is there anything better than finding chocolates you’d forgotten about? I don’t think so. I love how you spent your rain time. Nothing better than a museum or art gallery on a rainy day. And an interesting cafe. Cheers!

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