May 20 
Tour of Prague Castle  
Walked to Charles Bridge  
Evening concert 
Evening desert at Café Imperial, home of the flying donuts.

Started the morning with a tour of Prague Castle. 

St. Vitas Cathedral

Inside the Cathedral looking toward the alter.

The tour ended with a walk through the Jewish Quarter back to the Old Town Square.  From there we walked a mile or so through the Old Town to Charles Bridge. Charles Bridge is a stone Gothic bridge that connects the Old Town and Malá Strana.  Its construction was commissioned by Czech king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and began in 1357.  Now it supports a lively street fare.  

A couple of Prague Chicks on the bridge.

We had lunch in a lovely cafe off the bridge but along the water.
That evening we went to a concert and stopped in the Imperial Cafe for coffee and dessert.  The Cafe Imperial is a beautiful art deco cafe decorated in tile as can be seen in the pictures.


Donuts left from the previous day are available to throw at other customers, on the proviso that you are an adult and NOT inebriated! Shortly after we arrive the donuts started flying.  Grab your coffee cup and duck.  A fun place but not for the faint of heat.

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