22 May 2012

My Last Month in PRAGUE ::a bucket list::

Once I knew that I would definitely be leaving in a month
I decided to create a list of activities to do
before my time here expires.

Some of these things I have already done,
some I have put off for the past two years,
some I just want to do because it's spring
and spring in Prague is just lovely.

Archery. I want to be Katniss Everdeen. 
And this little spot is a nice climb up a hill way out of the center.

Paddle-boating on the Vltava.
A completely different view of the city from the water.

A great way to relax and chat about our amazing adventures over the past two years.

A grand picnic in Stromovka Park with many friends. The largest green area in the city, 
a part from Divoka Sarka, which is a national park near the airport.

I really want to go inside the Rudolfinum, the symphony house in Prague.
What better way to see it than to go to a concert? There's a piano & violin recital next week!

This is a seasonal thing, but I really want to bake something cherry related!
I've found so many delicious recipes on my favorite blogs.
{see my Wanderlust page}

I have many parks I want to re-visit: Petrin hill, Vysehrad, Divoka Sarka,
my secret garden in Mala Strana. And I have so many books to finish reading
before I ship them home, so, put 2 & 2 together and + an ice cream
= lots of time spent out of doors.

I'd really like to go into this church. Can you believe I've not been in!?
I've also heard it's got a killer view from the top, St. Nicholas.

Another thing I can't believe I haven't done yet is really explore the castle area,
known as Hradcany. I think I'll tag along on my roommate's tour one day.

This weekend I will be leaving on a little two-day trip to Cesky Krumlov
with some friends to go rafting down the river.
We went last year and it was seriously the best trip of the year!
This might just be my last time in the Czech countryside for a long time...

And, finally, as my time comes to a close, I may splurge and get myself a massage
before I spend the following six weeks with lots of crazy Italian children 24/7.
One of the many things I'll miss about Prague is the relative cheapness of such services,
things I would never even contemplate getting done in the U.S.
{manicures, pedicures, massages, waxing, hair cuts, etc.}

So there it is!
My Prague Bucket List!

*some of the photos are my own. Some were found on Pinterest.

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