Louny is really very nice town in Central Bohemia.
Panenský Týnec is a little town where is situated gorgeous and mystic unfinished church from the beginning of the 14th century. Horešovičky is a very little village where lives Minnie´s Grandpa :D.
Brno is the capital of South Moravia and the second largest city of the Czech Republic. It is very nice city with very nice people. Well, maybe Prague is more impressive architecturally, but Brno has gorgeous historic center and castle (Špilberk) too, plus a lot of wineyards and traditional wine cellars. Simply... if you visit... Continue Reading →
Višňové is a little village in South Moravia, Czech Republic, close to Austrian border. My loved uncle, aunt and their sons, Jarda and Honza, have there a beautiful house and FABULOUS garden with lot of nice plants, gorgeus little waterfall, amazing lake and miniature decorative hauses. Do you remember the Blanca´s photos from 2014? I... Continue Reading →
We arrived to Vienna after the journey of 17 hours from Mexico. The flying tickets to Vienna were really MUCH cheaper than to Prague directly. I visited Vienna in 1989, my first foreign trip after Velvet Revolution, and I do not remember anyting. Only one fabulous toystore full of Barbies and her accessories :D. Another... Continue Reading →
Adina is a little dauther of my great friends, Soňa and Pavel. We worked together only two years in Mexico, but they are like my family. So when Adina had her second birthday I wanted to prepare for her a little surprise - mini Adina made by me using a famous Spanish doll Nancy by... Continue Reading →
Collecting Fashion Royalty or another 12 inch dolls has a great advantage. You can utilize a lot of fabulous props made for Barbie. But if you are a collector of 16 inch dolls you are very limited. The most of props for Tonner dolls, another 16 inch Fashion dolls or MSD are very expensive. Do... Continue Reading →
Our trip starts in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. We really love this city and its very interesting environment. The border is fantastic. Two very strong cultures meet there with each other. And the people in Ciudad Juarez and El Paso are amazing. Next day we crossed the border to El Paso, Texas. Another city we love... Continue Reading →