Happy New Year! With partying done and the holidays nearly over, it’s time to pull our lives together to welcome the New Year. One of the important things I like doing, is making new year resolutions with my family – which includes my little son! New year resolutions with a child? Yes, its possible.
It’s beginning to look a lot like winter – with first frosts and early darkness, bright twinkling lights and seasonal decorations wherever you look. Is it any wonder that we populate the long, cold nights […]
Here are some really easy cookie ideas to create with your children. Try them to get some colorful cheer on your Christmas table.
What: Vienna Christmas Market, Rathausplatz
When: November 17 to December 26, 2017 Daily from 10:00 to 21:30 hours (Timings vary for 24, 25 and 26 December)
The first thing I want to do in winter when it snows is GO SLEDDING.
Prague is a Great town for many reasons. One of the things I most thank my host city for, is the almost fanatical way that they preserve and protect green areas. So, if the residents take such care to preserve these green spaces, we need to enjoy them for all they’re worth. And sledding is a great way to enjoy them!
When: November 26, 2017 to December 23, 2017
Where: Charles Bridge
Hidden safely two levels underground, in the Stroupežnického street in Smichov is Prague’s very own miniature Railway kingdom. When I first visited, I did’t think it would be interesting. But the hundreds of meters of tiny tracks displaying most parts of Czech Republic including Prague, Central Bohemia, Pilsen, Karlovy Vary and more, definitely did prove me wrong!
Want to have a night out with kids on a special weekend? Well, Littlepanda recommends a tour of the Stefanik Observatory (Štefánikova hvězdárna) at Petrin Hill. It’s really a great way to spend the evening with children, especially if they like planets and the sky.
Since 2011, the Korunní branch of the Municipal Library has successfully collaborated with the non-profit organisation Class Acts, bringing together English-speaking and bilingual families living in Prague.