Our second stop on the fall break Europe tour was Prague. Prague is an absolutely beautiful city with really charming architecture. We spent most of our time walking around and enjoying just being there.
We got there at about 6am after a terrible overnight bus. The delirium shows.
Old town square.
ART. You can actually crawl up inside of the sculpture and pretend you’re being birthed. Innovation?
Prague astronomical clock, which was kind of underwhelming.
Old town square on a sunny day.
They stopped construction on this church in the middle, lost the blueprints, and then began construction again. I guess they forgot to measure the first tower to make sure that they would be the same, because the right one is larger than the left one.
A sculpture dedicated to the famous writer Franz Kafka, who lived and worked in Prague.
The first time I had seen a cupcake in 2 months. I went for the classic carrot cake.
The Gallery of Art Prague was having a really cool Andy Warhol exhibition. Not pictured is me rearranging the soup cans to use as impromptu tripods and props.
We went to the top of the tower to see the city from a different view.
Some weirdo jumped into my picture.
Czech humor: a beer called “Autumn Antidepressant”.
St. Vitus Cathedral
Prague’s lucky statue. You can tell which part is the lucky one.
7 years of good luck for Kerry!
Ice Bar Prague. Such a gimmick but so fun.
We then attempted to spend a classy night at what we thought was a ballet but turned out to be an interpretive/contemporary dance piece. We left at intermission.
A cloudy cay over the Charles Bridge.
Last stop was the Lennon Wall.
Leaving my mark on the Lennon Wall.