Rudderless has found its way to Prague. In Part one, host Christopher Rudder learns some Czech words, passes through the Jewish Quarter, and the old town (Astronomical Clock, Church of Our Lady before Týn) then it’s beer and a view at the Dancing House.
In Part 2, host Christopher Rudder cross a very old bridge, then beer, the dessert. We find out what makes Czech Republic crystal so popular, dine out on Goulash before Prague Castle.
I still have an accent. But when I return to Prague, I speak the language yet do not know what they are talking about.Peter Sis
The obvious food of choice in Prague is beer. The first stop was this quaint little 50’s style diner called the Illusion Factory. Delicious eggs, toast and coffee. Great. The other high light and must try is Beef Goulash. We stumbled across a little place called Cafe Bercher which severed up one mouth water helping of the Goulash. Lets face though. Beer is what one needs to try while here, so I suggest a drink or two or three at the Prague Beer Museum. I personally enjoyed the Velen. Honey smooth ummm. Anyways, with over 300 something choices you have enough selection to choose a different beer, at different times, throughout the day during the duration of your trip. Enjoy
This blog uses affiliate links at no extra cost to you. We also accept sponsored posts but only if we feel the brand is a perfect fit with who we are or what we are posting. All opinions belong solely to the blog unless otherwise mentioned and never influenced by a third party ’cause that's how we fly.
Using the latest travel apps, technology and gear, I take a city; see the sights, taste the food, smell the roses, hear the stories and feel the love. All in 48 hours. Then, using videography & editing, photography and writing I retell and share those stories with my readers and viewers. I'm Christopher Rudder and welcome to Rudderless.