The next morning brought some more fun sights and sounds after a yummy brunch at Café Café. We crossed the famous Charles Bridge, alight with people and activities. We saw some hilarious modern art peppered throughout the city (giant babies and robotic naked men peeing). My favorite though was the Kafka Museum, which was a museum that attempted to perform its own material. The installations involving music, mirrors, and optical illusions were reflective of Kafka’s own existential disillusionment with reality. What a cool biographical way to tell a story!
Our time in Prague came to an end all too quickly, but the beautiful architecture, scenery, and history made the Czech Republic feel very different from the many Western European cities we have visited. We both left with the feeling that this was someplace we could come back to!