Who would find an Asian bazaar immediately after crossing the border into Czech? We would, of course.
St. Vitus Cathedral
Prague palace courtyard
Just hanging out in Prague. NBD.
Interior of St. Vitus
There was a section of the city blocked off and called Golden Lane. It was supposed to replicate how various homes would look of those living within the city walls during different periods of time. The plaques outside each home indicated what you would find inside; in this case, a seamstress' rooms. The ceilings were incredibly low [even for me], the rooms tiny and crammed. Such an interesting glimpse into the past!
Also on Golden Lane. An upper level dedicated to armor and weapons. Suit up.
Exterior of one of the Golden Lane buildings
At the end of the street was another building that seemed to be an old theater. Filled with photos of movie stars, old film canisters, and showing a movie, this had to be my favorite showcase of them all.
Towers built over the Charles Bridge
Astronomical clock in Old Town
Locks of love on the Charles Bridge
Somebody needs a haircut...
In the palace gardens, they had various birds of prey [hawks, owls, falcons, etc.] lazying about. For a donation, you were able to hold the birds and the instructor would tell you more about the specific breed you chose. While not a huge fan of taking advantage of animals in captivity, the handler seemed to adore and take care of each one with such dedication...plus, I learned that they had been born and raised in captivity, and treated the gardens as their home. Oh. So I picked up an Eagle Owl, and as you can see in the picture above, I kind of loved him.