I really didn't know what to expect in Prague. Was it going to be a run down, grey city? Was our apartment going to have no hot water and an armed guard on the door?
Turns out I was pretty wrong.
Prague is the sixth most visited city in Europe, so really has it's shit together. We had a massive apartment, a new gas kitchen and wifi.
Again, I was going to do a proper write up, but really can't be bothered. We just finished a day wandering through Berlin and after a few pints in town and a bottle of wine at home I don't have a lot of words left in me.
Prague Museum looking down Wesceslas Square
The Municipal Building
Detail of the Astronomical Clock in the Old Town Square
Church of Our Lady Before Týn
View from the Old Town Hall
It rained for a few hours, so we had to find shelter :)
Rear view of St Vitus Cathedral, Prague Castle
Check out the look on this Prague Castle Guard's face. One hard dude!
Deb and I looking over the castle wall
Detail of a sarcophagus in St Vitus Cathedral
Bibles in St Vitus
This is the crazy retro panelling that's in loads of the tube stations
Part of the 80,000 names that are written on the walls of Pinkas Synagogue. This was actually really moving as it gives the holocaust some scale.
And some pics from the Old Jewish Cemetery