I have taken the Metro to the next station "Muzeum" which is at the top of Wenceslas square , taken this shot and the hopped on the next train to "Mustek"
Beautiful gold colours at "Mustek"
I have to change over to "B" line to go to "Karlova namesti" which is nearest station to the river and the" Dancing House"
My coat is now white with snow as i continue to walk along the river .
Here is the "Dancing House" how strange!
Just down the river i have come to an Island "Slovansky Ostrov" with a beautiful building which has "Zafin" a garden restaurant and caters for functions , weddings ect i think.
Crossing onto the small island i have a walk around the gardens and views towards Prague castle. well its there somewhere lol.
The Castle is just visible through the snow filled sky.
I can just about make out "Petrin Tower" over on the hill opposite , will be going up there later today hopefully.
This is "Legion bridge" think i will cross the river here and walk right around to" Charles bridge"
Crossing the bridge now, there is an island "Strelecky Ostvo" in the centre of the river with access from this bridge , i would go down for a look around but want to get back to see how Jan is, so better keep moving.
The snow has stopped now and getting better views of the castle now.
I have shot a panorama looking towards Charles bridge and the castle over to the far left,
view Large HERE
Great views from this bridge :)
Trees on the island
On the other side of the river now and walking towards Kamara island , "Devils stream" separating
it from the Lesser town side of the river.
The trees on the right are on another small island "Detsky Ostrov" the boats go through this channel bypassing the 2 weirs.
Leaving the river and heading across the park now
its a bit dull , but the colours on all the buildings would look great in the sun i bet
Snow covered Red rooftops :) and all different colours across the Palaces
Taking a few images as i cross the bridge
One of the many statues on the bridge!
Almost at the hotel now , snow melting now unfortunately