|Viewpoint from the top of the hill where St. Barbara’s is.|
|St. Barbara’s Cathedral.|
|The back side of the church. I think this might have been where the provisional wall was.|
|An interesting graffiti obituary.|
|This modern building is the only one in town like it. It looked sort of out of place compared to the peeling paint, 17th century era buildings but I kind of liked it anyways.|
|This is called a plague column. They were quite common in Eastern Europe and were meant to honour the Virgin Mary to thank her after the ending of a plague or some other disaster of the time. This one was built in the early 1700’s.|
|Ladybird, ladybird, fly away home!|
|I just wanted to eat this little guy up!|
|Beautiful view of St. Barbara cathedral.|
|Hilarious window display in a shop selling a mod podge of junk… Such sweetness!|
|Right beside such dirtiness! Made me laugh though!|
By the end of the day I was starving so I headed to a restaurant called Dacicky that I had read about online. It’s a traditional Czech beer hall with 5 different kinds of beer to choose from and a great menu of traditional home cooking. All I really felt like was a schnitzel.
If it wasn’t so hot today I probably would have gotten the gulas again but the thought of hot stew in the humidity wasn’t very appealing. It was a good schnitzel, and a HUGE schnitzel! But no veggies! I just can’t eat a giant schnitzel AND a salad, so I wind up having to forfeit the vegetables. I did get a cherry tomato and a gherkin on my plate as garnish, so they’ll just have to be the veggie portion of my day.