I spent three days here, and returned a year again after. This city is so quaint and beautiful, still reminiscent of the rule of the Soviets. I’ve noticed that the further east I went in Europe, the tones of everything became more gray, and less colorful. The food gets cheaper, heartier, and better. The dark beer is also delicious. The Prague astronomical clock and the Dancing House are such a wonder to look at. I was able to cover most of the city in an entire day with a lot of walking. The streets are very easy to navigate, even in the middle of the night, under the influence, having lost my map. I returned a year later, and had no problems getting around without a map, and returning to the same restaurants and shops I wanted to revisit.
Yes, I’m cutting this wiener mid-grin, don’t judge me.
Czech’s dark beer is delicious. I love Czech Budweiser (dark beer – not the watery one)
Prague’s astronomical clock
Close up of this beauty
These little clocks are so beautiful. I found a magnet version of this, and the details on it makes it one of the most fascinating magnets I own.
Statues along the side of Charles’ Bridge
A lot of walking to be done in this beautiful city.
I feel so bad for this guy. It is way too hot to be standing in that uniform.
It was tough to capture this since the colorful glass stained windows would reflect colors within the walls of the cathedral.
Stamps from the time of Nazi occupation.
Milunić’s and Gehry’s Dancing House is the trippiest building I’ve come across at the time.