Saturday, September 29, 2012

Prague Day 3

Today was more relaxing than our past two days. We took a tour of the Municipal House, where nightly concerts and other events are held. The Municipal House is one of Prague's greatest displays of Art Nouveau. Czechs know this building as the place where Czechoslovakia was pronounced its own independent nation in 1918. Next to the Municipal House is the Powder Gate, one of the original entry points to the city.

Afterwards we headed for American food at Globe Cafe and Bookstore. They had everything so we opted for the French onion soup and buffalo chicken wrap. Random, I know, but both sounded really good at the time.

We walked by the "Dancing House," designed by Frank Gehry, who designed the Guggenheim Museum in New York! This building sets itself apart because of its unique modern design.

We ate a flavorful Indian dinner at Lal Qila. On our way home we stopped to buy individual servings of the "Marlenka" honey cake! Wow! We tried the original and chocolate versions of the cake and both were equally as good. I need to figure out a way to get them shipped to me on a monthly basis! My last post is tomorrow then back to reality!

1. Boxes of the famous Markenka cake.
2. Soup at Globe Cafe!
3. Municipal House
4. Dancing House
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