Oh, Just Some Pictures of Prague – Part 3


As you might have seen, last weekend I got a chance to take one of my little abbreviated let’s-go-see-some-random-city-in-Europe trips.  Glendo and I kidnapped our favorite German bartender and headed 3 hours east to Prague.  It is, from my brief-at-best impressions, an amazing city, and we could’ve spent days there without truly seeing what the city has to offer.  However, it was a blast, and we couldn’t have asked for a prettier day.

Anywho, here’s some pictures of what we saw.  As always, I’d love to tell you about what you’re seeing, but, I’ve got nothing to tell you.  You probably know the drill by now.  1 day off out of 13.  In a part of the world I know nothing about, visiting a city I know nothing about, short of the fact that I should go there.  So we went there.  No planning, no research.  3 hour drive.  6 hour walk.  3 hour drive.  Trip over.  Word.

My esteemed colleague Glendo sporting the stylish pair of little kid sunglasses he found on the ground. Not to mention his hat with the US President's seal on it... There goes any chance we had of being Canadian.

I guess this is a concert hall or something... I'm informative.

Beggar. Sad, I guess it's a cultural thing around here. Every beggar assumed this pose. I could tell they felt as degraded as they appear.

Cute little photo-op.

Lotta, the other member of our little troupe.

Hey, for a change I know something... Here we're on the the Charles Bridge... Famous enough to be on all the tourist shit we saw.

Place was bumpin'

And pretty. The whole span of the bridge is lined with these little statues...

That’s all for tonight.  More to come soon, rest assured…  But, with any luck I’ll be in Paris when this goes live, so I wouldn’t hold my breath.

-B. Littleton

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Filed under The Sights, The Sights of Europe, The Sights of Prague

3 responses to “Oh, Just Some Pictures of Prague – Part 3

  1. Marilyn

    Bien s’amuser…

  2. I laughed on the first photo. ur friend looks so cute with that child’s glasses but a sad reaction when I saw the photo of a beggar…..wish he would make enough money for him to cure his hungry stomach

    • yeah, the beggars were poignant for sure… like i said, every beggar in town assumed that pose, and once we walked past one as he got down on his knees. It was touching. I donated a lot more change than i think i would have otherwise.

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