PEACHES & COCONUTS
After a road trip through Germany and Austria, we landed in Prague, a city rich with history in the heart of Europe. There we made friends, worked with charities, played referee in sibling fights, and ultimately, started to find the family balance we'd been searching for.
A natural lake in the Berchtesgadener region of Bavarian
Our drive to Prague meandered us through the Austrian Alps
Driving into Prague we cross over the river at the city center and found our apartment in the Vinohrady neighborhood.
In 1989 a student march in this square led to the country's Velvet Revolution.
Emily looking down from the window of the Old Town Hall tower to the people gathered to watch the Astronomical Clock strike the hour
Since the 80s, this wall has been adorned with Lennon-inspired graffiti and Beatles lyrics.
The girls always loved to find "The Bubble Man", a guy who created a lucrative business with a couple buckets, dish soap, some sticks, and some string.
We worked with The Pink Crocodile to build a sensory garden at a preschool for children with disabilities.
Another day we made sandwiches for a local homeless shelter.
Praha hlavni nadrazi is the busiest train station in the Czech Republic
A ride on the city's funicular took us above the city for a spectacular view
We've stayed connected to Linda, Rostislav and their kids. They spent a few weeks with us in the U.S. last summer.