Breakfast in Prague

I am at the breakfast room at the Hotel Maximilian in Prague.  The decor is very bright, clean, modern, and mostly white.  I was greeted by Vilem, the smiling young man who brought me my fish yesterday.  He asked about Nemo.  I told him that I woke up at 4 in the morning in a panic because I forgot that all the electricity was turned off, leaving the poor fish’s bubble machine to be off as well.  Here in Europe many hotel’s room electricity is turned on/off by the room’s key card.  You put it in a slot and it turns everything on/off.  So after jet lag and no sleep, I, of course, didn’t think about the bubble machine that supposedly would keep Nemo alive (I didn’t think goldfish needed this air system???).  When I told Vilem that I thought I might have killed Nemo, we both laughed.  Thankfully, I told Vilem, I found Nemo to be alive when I turned on the light (I was scared to turn on the light because I really, truly, thought I killed him). 

After indulging in an omelette, almost an entire loaf of bread, fruit, juice, muesli, two pots of Earl Grey tea with honey, and then a pot of loose leaf green tea with grapeberry (made by Vilem!), I am ready to face the day.  I have about four hours until I take off for Kutna Hora.  I am staying at an area called the Jewish Quarter so I will walk around here for a bit.  Stay tuned as I will have great stories to tell along with some amazing pictures…

About Blogatrixx

I took a solo trip to Istanbul in May, 2012 that changed me forever. It started my passion for travel, and it also ignited my passion for photography. This blog was created to express and appreciate the beauty of life through my travels.
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