The view over the river & the city from the bridge is equally beautiful.
Artists, dancers, musicians & souvenirs sellers line up both side of the bridge.
Nevertheless I felt, as often in Prague, that the place was really too crowded to fully enjoy it.
Anyway, it’s time for an afternoon snack.
Since we arrived in Prague, we saw people eating a cinnamon rolls stuffed with chocolate, ice cream, fruits, whipped cream… The trdelnik – nope I can’t pronounce the word neither..
We compared a couple of stalls, choosing the one that looked nicer and ordered 2 chocolate cinnamon rolls. It’s really the perfect afternoon snack, when in Prague 🙂
Everywhere we looked, people were enjoying the warm sunset on the river banks or on little boats.
We were particularly tempted by these big balloons to walk on the water.
Before I started to worry that once inside, I wouldn’t have enough air to breathe…
Anyway, we were supposed to be at 7pm at our hotel so that the concierge could walk us to our new hotel, so we didn’t really have the time to walk on the water…
We continued our stroll then, looking at the beautiful buildings…
until we arrived at the Dancing House.
A charming & funny place 🙂
The afternoon coming to its end, we went back to our hotel to prepare ourselves for the our last night in Prague – do you know that in Prague there is the biggest club in Europe? But this is tomorrow story 😉