|Learning about the bridges on our bike tour|
|Weird babies that were supposed to represent children "raised by television" or something along those lines|
|Okay. I was yawning. And yes, these statues are "peeing" on the Czech Republic. I don't know.|
|The "Lenin Wall"|
|The most famous "Lovers Lock" bridge in Prague|
|Inside the Old Town Cathedral|
At this point we decided to try to visit the cemetery in the Jewish Quarter, but my guidebook hadn't mentioned that there was an entrance fee! It wasn't expensive, I think about $14 US, but we were running low on Czech Crowns and really didn't want to have to get any more...so unfortunately we had to skip this and head back toward the Little Quarter in hopes of getting up to Prague Castle and seeing the Rider's Staircase.
We picked a beer hall just across from St. Nicholas Cathedral - the Cathedral where Moses played once upon a time - called Piunice U Glaubicu. We were going to sit outside but apparently you had to order food if you did so. The waitress led us inside, through the full front room and down a little hallway. She pointed to a staircase and said, "Go down there." Though we were a bit confused, we followed those stairs down about two levels...and ended up in a really cool cellar. We ordered and drank our beers (29 crown each! That was about $1.50 US at the time, FYI) and then had some fun playing with the props in said cellar ;)
And on the way back to the hotel...more random modern art!
|The mysterious guns at the Prague Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art|
|Entertainment at our "traditional" dinner|
|Steve got pulled up to dance :)|
|I know I shouldn't laugh at a sign that wants to stop child abuse, but come on. Look at those pictures.|