Our European Odyssey

This blog covered our month-long trip to Eastern Europe -- specifically the countries of Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria and Slovakia.

Friday, June 02, 2006

Prague Day 1 Pictures

Here are a few of yesterday's pictures.

This is the astronomical clock located on the Old Town Hall.

While we were in the Old Town Square, a wedding party was getting pictures. Here is the bride giving schoolchildren gifts of cookies. It must be a local tradition. Obviously, her mother-in-law did not make her a cape to keep warm.

A view of Tyn Church from the Old Town Hall Tower.

Jake enjoying his $1 pint of Czech beer.

Statues on the Charles Bridge over the Vltava River.

The sunset from the window of our hostel.


At 5:19 PM, June 02, 2006, Anonymous millie said...

The pictures are wonderful. The new camera works quite well. Andrea do you remember our conversation with Dave Wilburn at Taco Bell a few days before you left? Did you get your camera insured??

Love you both,

At 12:08 AM, June 03, 2006, Blogger Nichole said...

What a beautiful sunset! This evening we were discussing what areas we'd like to visit while we're in Holland, and Alex said he'd never really wanted to go to Eastern Europe. So I showed him some of your pictures, and I think he's changed his mind! The Eastern European Department of Tourism thanks you.

At 5:51 AM, August 31, 2007, Anonymous Prague Hotels said...

Yes, Prague is wonderful. I recently visited the City of Prague. Prague is beautiful city with architecture going back to the middle ages. I was impressed by the Prague castle, the old town's powder gate tower and the famous astronomical clock. I had a chance to explore the Jewish quarter, also fascinating (the Spanish synagogue is not to be missed). St. Vitus's Cathedral rivals Notre Dame as a massive, buttressed church: it also houses the tomb of "Good King Wenceslas".


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