March 3, 2015

getting around in Prague

The red trolley was a few steps from our hotel in Prague.  We spent our days walking around the city.  We had planned to take the trolley to see where it would go, but never managed to find the time.  I think the best way to see a city is on foot.
  

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13 comments:

June Caedmon said...

I agree! Definitely on foot. Great capture of the trolley. I hope you enjoyed your visit. We have friends that have been twice, as they have relatives/ancestors there and they love it!

Roxanne said...

Walking around a city allows you to see so much! That trolley is wonderfully colorful

NC Sue said...

When I was a kid we used to have trollies in Philly. Now it's all buses.
Great shot.
Thanks for sharing this great shot at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/03/its-official-im-sick-of-winter.html

Mari said...

I love trams but if I wanted to make pictures, I'll definitely go on foot.

carol l mckenna said...

Wonderful shot of the trolley! Love the colors!

Happy Week to you,
artmusedog and carol

Lisa Kerner said...

We walked Paris, for the most part, and I totally agree the best way to "see" a city is on foot. Well worth the sore aching feet and legs. Love, love, love this shot.

abrianna said...

Wonderful trolley shot.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Your photo gives me a feel of Prague. :-) I like both walking on foot and riding on local busses to explore a new place.

Fun60 said...

I entirely agree with you. You need to walk around a city to see it properly and there is so much to see in Prague

EarlK said...

Love your trolley on the letter . . . it's like reading your letter telling about the trolley and seeing the trolley. Nicely done.

Diana said...

Wish I could go to Prague. Visiting from Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday.

ladyfi said...

A lovely shot! I do love walking around a new city to find out more about it.

NewsVarsha said...

Great capture.