|What a trooper standing still for a photo!|
|You get a sense of just how miserable the |
weather was when even these sculptures
were spitting rain!
|We saw the couple who took this photo just 3 hours |
ago here in Salzburg while visiting Mozart's home!
|7 keys needed to open this Coronation |
Chapel; Archbishop's, President's, etc.
Next up was the
|Views of beautiful Prague from inside the palace;|
haven't seen any windows with screens this whole
trip yet but sure haven't encountered bugs or bees
in our rooms either.
|Didn't see this 'guard' or another one |
look up once; what a nice cushy job.
|The Ludvik Wing|
|Some of the families listed in the Land Rolls.|
|Just a few of the Land Rolls' books still remaining;|
the others were lost in a fire centuries ago.
Golden Lane: The ramshackle houses on this street are impossibly tiny, usually 1 or 2 room abodes without anything like a kitchen or a bathroom to make them livable. Nonetheless, they housed the castle guards in the 16th C. and continued to function as more or less normal dwellings up until the 20th C. Franz Kafka was perhaps the most famous resident, living for a short while at # 22. The admission ticket included access to this street whichis as cute as all get out but the houses now are souvenir shops.
|Steven in front of the Little House of|
the Psychic Matylda Prusova.
|Loved these vibrant colors amid the overcast skies.|
|Felt like we were suddenly transported to what |
I perceive Morocco to look like. Wonder if I'll
ever know whether it does look like that?
|At the Little Quarter side of the bridge|
on way to the Old Quarter side.
|I don't know what possessed me to think about taking white socks to wear with the sandals; I freely admit I should have had my head examined. Steven, in the guise of the fashion police, heartily agreed!|
|Saw marionettes all over Prague, |
also museums and stores devoted to them.
|At the Old Quarter side of the bridge.|
|The statue of Charles IV was erected in 1848 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of |
An apt way to end the post, I think.