Last week the Vltava River swelled with our warmer temperatures. Spots on Kampa Island were quite high as well. Of course, it wasn't a flood - but eerie nevertheless.
In this photo you can see the water at the wall's edge. This is the embankment with Manes gallery in the background. This is actually a great place to walk, feed the swans and see the river at a different perspective. You can also see Prague Castle through the trees. And, if you have time, by all means check out the PLAY exhibition at the gallery. It's intended for children, but it's fun for all people. It's a wonderful blend of exploration, art and imagination. It's been extended to 20 Feb 2011. Manes Gallery.
If you walk along the embankment you can see plenty of other sights too including Prague's famous Dancing House nearby.
I don't know about you, but it's a great feeling to have sidewalks that look like this in the city where we live. Yes, I'm talking about sidewalks! But, c'mon, the sidewalks in Prague are fantastic, no?
I love to stop and watch when workers are on hands and knees doling out the sand and little cubes to set this magic in place. This particular pattern seen above is one of the more ornate ones in the city. This is just between the National Theatre and Charles Bridge opposite of the Vltava. Wow.
We've had a pretty cold winter thus far and someone said that January should be snowy. Yeah!