July 12 column: Prague gardens
The Rose Garden on Petrin Hill
Here is a link to my column in today’s edition of The Spokesman-Review: Historic gardens worth the climb. This one was particularly fun to write because it’s about the Prague gardens my husband, Bill, and I visited while in the Czech Republic, last month.
In my column, I talk about several different Prague gardens and promised to post additional photos of them on my blog. So here they are! Refer to the captions for the locations. I hope you’ll enjoying reading about them. Remember that you can click on any of the images in order to see an enlarged view.
|Water garden on Petrin Hill|
|Looking down into Vrtba Garden|
|View of Prague from high above Vrtba Garden|
|Wallenstein Gardens water feature|
|Mr. Peacock in Wallenstein Gardens|
|The unusual grotto in Wallenstein Gardens|
|More of Wallenstein Gardens, with the Czech Senate behind.|
|One of the terraces of the Gardens Below Prague Castle.|
|Looking down into some of the Gardens Below Prague Castle.|