Zenfolio | photographs by David... | Prague
Thursday, the 13th of September, by rail from Krakow to Prague.
Depart Krakow by taxi, arrive Katowice with an hour to spare, depart Katowice 12.08 by EC 110, arrive Praha hl.n. 17.50
Mamaison Hotel Riverside, Janaekovo Nabrezi 15, Prague-Smichov.

Friday and Saturday, the 14th and 15th of September.
Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral and Wenceslas Square were top of our list for places to visit. So, with the aid of a street map supplied by the hotel, we walked the city and found on our journey not only the castle, cathedral and square but statues, ornate gardens, orchards, churches and, on Wenceslas Square, a Debenhams.


To view another city click on the orange link "Eight European cities and Auschwitz" by train" at the top left hand corner of the screen.
the Vitava RiverJanackovo Streetoff Janackovo Streetthe Vltava Riverit's not exactly what it would appear to beSericova StreetUjezd StreetMemorial of the Victims of Communism.above and along Ujezd Streetlooking down Vitezna Streetthe Church of Our Lady Victoriouson the hill above the Church of Our Lady Victoriousthe Church of Our Lady Victoriousanother view of the Church of Our Lady VictoriousViasska StreetViasska Streeta square just off Viasska Streetthe German EmbassyViasska StreetJansky Vrsek Street