08 OctStare Mesto, Praha 1

Today we spent the day in The Old Town of Prague.

As a side bar: just about every Scottish person is in town for the Scotland vs Czech Republic football match that is being played locally tonight. It gave Old Town Square an entirely unique feel, as that is where they all congregated to start drinking eight hours before the game.

It was finally a sunny day, the first five pictures were taken in Old Town Square:

Astronomical Clock

Church of St. Nicholas

National Gallery

Tyn Church

Jan Hus Memorial

The next couple of pictures are from the Jewish Quarter (Josefov):

The Old Jewish Cemetery

Ceremonial Hall

We walked across the Charles Bridge on our way home and took advantage of the sunny day for some more pictures. We also stopped on Kampa Island to see the Lennon Wall:

On the Charles Bridge with the Prague Castle in the background.

All you need is love.

Lennon Wall

We plan on exploring The New Town (Nove Mesto) tomorrow. But right now we need to find a pub to watch the game! Update: Czech Republic won.

3 Responses to “Stare Mesto, Praha 1”

  1. Erm's mom says:

    No food pix; hope you aren’t hungry or thirsty.

  2. Liz says:

    We had lunch at an Irish Pub right off of Old Town Square. It was full of men in kilts waiting for the game to start. Tom felt right at home – it was a two Jamison lunch for him – but no “traditional” food today.

  3. vixen says:

    What’s the latest news? I need another upddate fix. I will even settle for a picture of your latest meal.@

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