Prague and more….

20 Oct

After the last one, I think you deserve a little light reading and viewing.  Here are some snaps from the last few days in Prague, Cesky Kumlov and our current stop, Hallstatt, Austria.

We found a Cuban bar in Prague. There we found some Cuban rum. And we found some new friends.

We found a Cuban bar in Prague. There we found some Cuban rum. And we found some new friends.

And Marci found a hat after the rum.

And Marci found a hat after the rum.

One of the loveliest views I encountered in this very lovely city.

One of the loveliest views I encountered in this very lovely city.

Another moment.

Another moment.

The old jewish cemetary in Prague was in use from the 13th century until the 18th. There are 10,000 graves chock-ablock

The old jewish cemetary in Prague was in use from the 13th century until the 18th. There are 10,000 graves chock-ablock

Prague, too, is for lovers.

Prague, too, is for lovers.

Prague street scene.

Prague street scene.

Yes, a new way to get a foot massage!

Yes, a new way to get a foot massage!

One of Prague's side canals.

One of Prague’s side canals.

The Lennon Wall in Prague

The Lennon Wall in Prague.  Shot with my iPhone.  I love my iPhone camera!

M&M at the Wall

M&M at the Wall

A view of the ancient Bavarian town of Cesky Kumlov.

A view of the ancient Bavarian town of Cesky Kumlov.

Overlooking Lake Hallstatt and the epnymous town below from up atop the Salt Mine in Austria

Overlooking Lake Hallstatt and the epnymous town below from up atop the Salt Mine in Austria

Hallstatt drops right down to the lake. Just beautiful.

Hallstatt drops right down to the lake. Just beautiful.

The picture-perfect Hallstatt town square.

The picture-perfect Hallstatt town square.

Marci happy in the mountains!

Marci happy in the mountains!

They were clearly expecting me.

They were clearly expecting me.

Up at the Salt Mines in Hallstatt

Up at the Salt Mines in Hallstatt

In Hallstatt, the catholic church has this beautiful cemetery with hand tended gardens at each gravesite. Remarkable.

In Hallstatt, the catholic church has this beautiful cemetery with hand tended gardens at each gravesite. Remarkable.

We’ll have one more post as we near the end of our glorious trip.  We love hearing from you.  Thank you!

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7 Responses to “Prague and more….”

  1. Anne-Marie Aigner October 20, 2015 at 2:08 pm #

    Brilliant every step of the way — especially the photography. Can’t wait to hear more.

  2. richard cohen October 20, 2015 at 2:42 pm #

    how great now I really miss you two

  3. Sally Patrick October 20, 2015 at 5:49 pm #

    Beautiful photos – the last post was tough . . . but the photography has been spectacular – just overwhelming! Looks like you both are having quite a trip. What is your favorite spot in the world so far?

    • m&m ontheroad October 21, 2015 at 2:27 am #

      Hi Sally! Favorite in the world? Won’t know until I see them all 🙂

  4. Janice October 20, 2015 at 8:53 pm #

    Have enjoyed your photo essay. Each shot and comment more breathtaking than the last. Looking forward to hearing about this experience! Safe trip home.

  5. C&C October 21, 2015 at 10:32 am #

    What a great trip, with wonderful memories for you to share with us over wine in Jackson.

  6. Carol October 21, 2015 at 11:25 am #

    Wondering if my first reply got sent because I lost it. I started by saying, Oh My! I had missed you blog on Terezin but saw the comments and found it. Not an easy visit so glad that you moved onto prettier sights. Love your pictures and very humorous comments. Keep them coming. ~carol

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