Saturday, October 18, 2008

Prague Day 3

Apologies for the delay. This is day three from our trip to Prague.

We spent the morning at Petrin Hill, which we decided was probably the closest Prague gets to a "Mormon date." Then we went to some museums.

Wall mural.














Monument to political prisoners during the communist regime.












Me in front of the Hunger Wall.













Petrin Tower, a scale version of the Eiffel Tower. Of note
is the exhibit of Jara Cimrman and his various inventions
in the basement.
















The view from the topmost observation deck
of the tower.













Miriam lost in the mirror labyrinth.













Outside view of the labyrinth.













Statue in front of the Kafka Museum.
We also went to see the Alphonse Mucha museum.











Miriam in front of Lenin in the Communist Museum, located conveniently above the McDonald's.

3 Comments:

Blogger Ideas Man, Ph.D. said...

The Memorial is haunting.

And I know I should know this, but what's a Mormon date?

12:12 PM  
Blogger Eli McCormick said...

Good wholesome activities! Like bowling, mini golf etc.

7:28 AM  
Blogger Ideas Man, Ph.D. said...

Ok, know wonder I didn't know what it was.

5:59 PM  

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