WHAT A PLEASURE

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Czech Republic, Praga, Prague, República Checa

What a pleasure.

Cuando planeamos este viaje, nos vinimos arriba pensando en «Antes del amanecer» y cogimos un autobús que nos dejaba en Praga a las 05:30 am. (Y en la calle hacía 0ºC o así).

Si vas a Praga en un futuro, avísame, que te digo donde NO comer. Siempre nos pasa algo estúpido por querer probar comida tradicional de sitios. S-i-e-m-p-r-e.
Lo único que se puede probar sin miedo a equivocarse son los dulces. En Chequia tienen unos dulces de un nombre impronunciable (TRDLO) que nosotras directamente llamábamos /trrrrrrdrrrr/. ¡Tan ricos! Es hueco por dentro, así que te preguntan «¿con Nutella?». A lo que quiero pensar, todo el universo responde que sí. O como quiera que sea en checo.

When we planned this trip, we got way too excited thinking about “Before Sunrise“. So we took a bus that left us in Prague at 05.30 am. (And it was about 0 ºC outside).

If you go to Prague in the future, let me know. I’ll tell you where NOT to eat. Something stupid happen to us every time we want to try traditional food. E-v-e-r-y-t-i-m-e.
As usual, desserts are all you can eat with no fear. In the Czech Republic, they have an unpronounceable sweet (TRDLO) which we called /trrrrrrdrrrr/. It was so delicious! It has a hollow inside so they ask “with Nutella?”. To which, I assume, the whole universe says yes. Or whatever they said in Czech.

        

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