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July 30, 2023


Lavender Dreams

I love libraries too and that's a place I like to visit when we travel. Amazing architecture! WOW!

Traude "Rostrose"

Dear Sallie, I really enjoyed the cultural walk through Prague. It's been way too long since my husband and I were in Prague and we really need to go back there soon. There is still so much to see there. By the way, there are also many similarities to Vienna. We were in Vienna's National Library last week and it looks a bit similar to the inside of the Czech National Museum, especially in terms of the dreamy ceiling painting. I will report "soon" (well, MY kind of soon ;-DD). Like you, I don't get to report on all our experiences and visits in as much detail as I would like - time flies and flies ;-)
How nice, the family picture looking at the books - I see it like you: it's never too early to start!
I am very pleased that you were so interested in my Costa Rica posts - thank you for your lovely comments! Of course, I wish you from the bottom of my heart that you will not have any flight problems there.
All the best!


I've just been going back through your posts reading about your trip to Prague. It's a beautiful city and your photos brought back memories of a trip there quite a few years ago. You managed to fit in so much during your stay. Thank you for sharing.



Michelle Keltner

Wonderful architecture and I like the tower of books. Thanks for linking up.

Veronica Lee

The architecture is amazing!
I love the tower of books.
Thank you for sharing this with us.

Hugs and blessings, Sallie

Jim, Sydney, Australia



What a place with such rich history, even recent history.

I love pics of children reading. Even better than that is parents reading to their kids.


The Czech National Museum is a wonderful place.Great architecture and a clock tower too.
Wishing you a fantastic day!

Peter B.

The more I see of Prague, the more impressed I am. I love the tower of books!

Penelope Notes

The architecture, clock, and book tower are all stunning. And it is lovely to see your family looking so cozy in the library.



Linda W

Wow, fantastic architecture! Thanks for sharing


I have thoroughly enjoyed traveling with you from my armchair. Great photos and cute ones of your family. The world is fun to see through your camera lens :) Thanks Sallie!

ellen b.

The clock is amazing and yes, I see how the library family shots would be favorites! I love libraries!


Grand buildings! The interiors are grand too. This is architectural wealth!
Thank you for the visuals from your trip, Sallie. :)
Have a great week!

::: Heidrun

Stunning story and pictures, dear Sallie. It`s again a wonderful post with many interesting things. But most with the lovely young parents.

Thank you for sharing and being part at

Have a wonderful week.
Hugsby Heidrun


I love towers, thank you for showing me

gillena cox

Wow a grand old structure. Happy Monday.



Loving the library. That clock is incredible, I wonder if when they made it back then they wondered if it would still be there today.

William Kendall

Exquisite architecture.

Juliet (craftygreenpoet)

Lovely photos of a beautiful city. i love the clock and the tower of books. Infinite books is both a dream and a nightmare for a booklover I think...


...Sallie, they certainly don't build things like this today! Thanks for sharing.


The museum is beautiful, I always love the clock towers.
The art display at the library is cool. Cute photos of your grands, I agree it is never to early to start reading to your children.
Take care, have a great week!

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