I vaguely remember being in Prague when I was 13, enough to realize that things here have changed a bit since then. For example, I don’t remember seeing so many Asian noodle places back then. It’s slightly overrun by tourists and souvenir shops blasting Euro-beats, but it’s still a pretty fantastic city.
I stayed in an apartment overlooking this street near the center of the city. It had 4 beds, full kitchen, living room, and bathroom with washing machine and was roughly $60/night.
View of the famous Charles bridge and Prague skyline.
On the bridge.
The Rudofinum, where the Czech Philharmonic plays.
Dvorak concert by the Czech Philharmonic in Prague? Sure, why not.
Another brain-teaser – an easier one, I think.
Clock tower and obligatory astronomical clock picture. It’s a really old clock that has a little show on the hours.