Prague – Music, Books, FoodApril 9, 2014
Posted by Kanga. Please do not reblog.
We headed up to the castle hill for a second day. DaddyBird stopped into a music shop to get a couple of Zelenka albums.
As we came out, we noticed that it had clouded up and was raining. There was much rejoicing.
We stopped in for lunch at a quaint restaurant.
We wandered on down the hill to the castle. We toured the Story of Prague museum display at the castle, but photography was forbidden.
This is what Prague looks like on a mildly rainy day.
Back down the hill, we found another neighborhood park by wandering through a doorway.
We stopped in at Shakespeare and Sons bookshop because Daddybird wanted to pick up a few Czech authors in translation.
Graffiti is rampant as you may have noticed in some of my pictures, but it is mostly tagging and not artistic. It seems strange in a city so filled with art that the graffiti wouldn’t be artistic, too.
I took several door pictures.
We stopped for dinner at a restaurant that was established in 1466. We had REAL Budweiser beer and a lovely meat filled meal.
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