I started this blog just before I went to Prague, and updated it with some photos of trips while I was over there, but had since forgotten about it. Recently, I was thinking that I wished I kept a diary so I could better remember my time over there, and then I remembered about this site. I also got a scrapbook last Christmas with the intentions of printing and recording all of my travels, which never quite happened. I will eventually get around to printing photos for the scrapbook, but until then its nice to know that I have somewhere to keep my photos and memories to look back on. Here are some random photos from my time in Prague, in no particular order.
Old town square from the clock tower
Signal Festival of Light projecting onto a church
Prague Castle from the side
Golden Lane, a street beside the castle with tiny and colourful old houses
The view from the top of Petrin hill, where the "Eiffel Tower" is found, theres supposed to be a little tram that takes you up the (steep) hill, but on the day we visited it was broken, so we climbed the hill and the 299 steps to the top of the tower.
The John Lennon wall
The doors of the church at Vysehrad, a castle in Prague
And the view from the hill it is situated on, which looks towards the city from the south
King Wenceslas riding on an upside down horse, by David Cerny found in Lucerna Palace
Snow on campus
The view from Petrin Hill on a sunny day
The church of Tyn on Old Town Square
One of the sites that makes up the Jewish Museum
Sunrise over Charles Bridge, the only time its not packed with crowds