September 15, 2014


We've had a fabulous trip, but all good things must come to an end.

We were blessed with a beautiful day - no rain!  We were on a mission to see as much as we could pack into our last day.

We watched these happy brides and grooms line up in front of the Astronomical Clock to get their pictures taken.

Over to the Prague Municipal Library to view the sculpture "Idiom" created by Slovakian artist, Matej Kren made of numerous books.

We had a hard time finding "Slight Uncertainty," dozens of cement people dangling from umbrellas, by Czech artist, Michal Trpak.  We knew the street name and the building name - but not the address.  It took a lot of back and forth asking questions of passerby's to finally locate the work - an even hard time conveying to the doorman we wanted to see and photograph it too - it all worked out happily in the end.

I had heard of the "Lennon Wall" (think the Beatles) and quite by chance we came upon it after lunch in the Castle District .

We took our first Metro ride to find David Cerny's "crawling babies" on the Zizkov Television Tower.  I think there were 10 babies.  We took the elevator to the top of the tower for some magnificent views of Prague.

Long flight home tomorrow and back to reality.

1 comment:

Jeanie said...

Fabulous street art -- those umbrellas are certainly intriguing! What a wonderful experience!