Nearing the end of my trip, I’m starting to wind down. I’m getting torpid and sluggardly. But that doesn’t mean I can’t get a five-shot latte and a trdelník at the Christmas market in the Old Town Square, and then go wandering.
Whilst wandering, I found these statues.
The powder tower is the only remaining portion of the old city walls, dating from the 1400s.
The Museum of Communism is somewhat critical of 40 years of oppression.
Franz Kafka was born near this church. Nothing to do with the picture, really. I just thought I’d mention it.
This is the oldest synagogue in eastern Europe, built in 1270.
On Sunday morning, I thought I’d had enough of wandering by foot, and decided to wander by tram. The individual routes go back and forth, so I would take a route until the sights became uninteresting, then get off and take a different tram in the other direction. This worked until I got off the #17 tram in front of a junky-looking dollar store (actually 50 Kč, or about $2.30) to wait for the #24.
I waited for about 20 minutes until I figured out that the notice “V sobotu a neděli linka nejede” means that the line doesn’t run on the weekend.
Thinking quickly, I got on a different tram and returned to town.