From Vienna we headed on to Prague where we would spend a few days seeing the town and meeting up with Linda's parents.
Hradcany castle. It is really amazing at night.
Old New Synagogue, which is tiny and sparse inside. I know I should be impressed that it is Europe's oldest surviving synagogue, but it takes a lot to impress me these days.
Alphons Mucha, one of the original Art Nouveau artists, and we saw his images all over the place, along with other Art Nouveau works. We bought ourselves quite a few Mucha trinkets, and I bought myself a Kafka t-shirt (another famous resident of Prague) even though we didn't actually visit the Kafka museum.
Pilsner Urquell, Roast Duck, and Pike. We even found a place that served good coffee.
the photos speak best for what the city is like (yes this is a bit of a cop-out so I don't have to write forever).