As I stepped into the city of Prague with my friend, Udai was already waiting. It was a shame though that our trip was coming to an end but I took a deep breath knowing that we still have to got 3 days of it left and convinced myself to make the most of it. We reached our hostel Meet 23, checked in and were out in the streets of Prague in minutes. Udai could not stop talking about how awesome this TRDLO is. It’s apparently really famous and after a bite I just pretended to be amazed but frankly I didn’t understand what the big deal was. It’s just a regular spit cake, made from rolled dough that’s wrapped around a stick, then grilled and topped with sugar and walnut mix. So, as the trip was about my birthday, which I made sure, remained so, stopped by a cake shop. My friends love me so they voluntarily bought me a cake and we got a place to celebrate in this Zebra Noodles Bar. It was centrally located and was an Asian restaurant. We celebrated my birthday by cutting a cake and made sure to be clicked and recorded from every angle. We didn’t care. We don’t get to do this all the time. The food was so good and very reasonable. It’s right what you’ve heard about Prague. The city is so lively and has a soul of its own. We decided to go to the Flea market then. We bought magnets, chocolates, souvenirs, waffles and berries. We did go back to the hostel for minutes to get some rest.
Back on our feet, we walked towards the Charles Bridge.