Jan 23-29, 2011 - Prague

I was sent to work in Radiant's Prague office for a week.
This is the view from my apartment's bedroom.

Dinner the second night - pig knee (two kinds of mustard and some horseradish).

The building across the street from Radiant.

Divadlo na Vinohradech (Vinohrady Theatre), on Námestí Míru (Peace Square), the main square where the Radiant office is located.

The heart of Námestí Míru - Kostel sv. Ludmily (the Church of St. Ludmila).

Where you find the best food in Prague - the little basement dives.
This happened to be a little French restaurant that had donkey sausage on the menu, which I was later assured was not a typo or translation error.

No trip to Prague would be complete without a walk through Old Town to see Prague Orloj (the astronomical clock).
On October 9, 2010, the clock celebrated its 600th birthday.

The Old Town Square.

If it ain't Baroque...

Kostel Matky Boží pred Tınem (the Church of Our Lady before Tın) towers ominously over the Old Town Square.

A snow- and ice-covered Karluv most (Charles Bridge).

We didn't even try to make it across.
Besides the ice, it was windy, damp, and frigid.
We hadn't had enough pilsner to make it across.

On the way back through Václavské námestí (Wenceslas Square - aren't their words just crazy?)

It did take us a while to figure this out...