Since I've got a theme going, let's keep it rolling: In actual-factual terms, though, this was the first thing we saw of Prague: Which was totally foreboding; we saw that diseased-looking building (I think it actually was supposed to be cowhide-spotted - I remember the owner or builder was some kind of cowboy) and my brother, who's usually as healthy as a horse, got sick and listless, and my mom (ditto) soon followed. So all of our grand plans for Prague - seeing the entirety of the castle, going on a beer-tasting excursion, watching tennis and football matches with the locals - came to naught. We still saw a lot, still walked a lot, but didn't really go into any of the attractions, and kept having to cut things short. There was still plenty to see on the street: and we did manage to get to the Museum of the City of Prague, which was really worth it.
(That was a "portrait of a drunkard," by the way. And I thought some fangirls might be interested in the last name on this list:)
Here are the Municipal House and Powder Gate I especially liked these two looking across at each other, and the little dude just hanging out: All of that got us to the fabled Astronomical Clock, which is nice but not especially impressive; the square it's in is much cooler to look at: (Look at the little ducky door-handle!) It was cool to go up in the clock tower for the views:
Up early the next morning (actually, none of us slept at all that night, which was its own problem) to walk the Charles Bridge.
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