Ready to go for two weeks in Czechia.

Ishmael having a drink after our flight got delayed.

A metro station in downtown Prague that serves the Municipal House, Czech National Bank, and a variety of other businesses.

Cubist coat hangers by Josef Gočár made for actor Otto Boleška’s house.

The main entrance to the Municipal House.

Cubist lights on the Municipal House.

A wine chalice representing the Hussite movement.

A ladybug, reveared because it eats the aphids that attack wine grapes.

A glazed tile in the basement of the Municipal House.

Andreas and Jennifer by the elevator in the bank building.

Jennifer and our guide in front of the Hotel Central.

A sitting area inside the lobby of the hotel.

The dining area, built on top of a conference room.

A statue of Sir Nicholas Winton, who rescued 669 Czechoslovak children from the Nazis.

Art Deco ornamentation on a similarly styled building.

A statue of King Wenceslas riding an upside-down dead horse by David Černý.

Stained glass with the Tesla logo, an electrotechnical conglomerate in the former Czechoslovakia.

Andreas and Jennifer by the cubist street lamp by architect Emil Kralicek.

The Art Deco Hotel Koruna.

A cubist triplex by architect Josef Chochol.

Planters on a cubist triplex.

A cubist triplex by architect Josef Chochol.

The cubist Kovarovic Villa by architect Josef Chochol.

The view from the cafe at the top of the Dancing House.

Andreas and Jennifer at the cafe on top of the Dancing House.

The entrance door to the Art Nouveau Hlahol Building.

The roofline of the National Theatre.