I feel as if I will never get used to the scenery in Prague. Quite frankly, I don't want to. Prague is like a giant spot-it book, the more you look around the more you see. Everything is so intricate. Like the clock tower, and this is just the clock portion not the entire building. Every building in Prague has so many details that it is virtually impossible to capture a good enough picture.
Speaking of not being able to take a good enough picture. Let's just talk about the Prague Castle. There is no way, NO WAY, that a camera could take a picture that shows the detail of the church within the castle, you can't even take a good enough picture of the doors. Add in the building itself, the stain glass, the statues...so much detail. Also, something no one told me about, to get to the castle you have to walk up this upward winding street. When you get on top of the hill, be ready to drop your jaw, the view of the Prague from up above is stunning. The only downside to going uphill to see this view in February is the bitter cold wind. On my way down from the castle, my roommates and I stopped and got Trdelnik for 60 Kc which is kind of like the Czech equivalent to a pretzel but ginormous. It is a cinnamon sugar, almonds, and caramel infused bread shaped as a cylinder - a must have for cold hands.