We walked through the Jewish Quarter for breakfast and found a deli. I ended up eating a roast beef plate, that came with delicious bread, house made mustard, fried onions…it was delicious. We then headed up to the Prague Castle to go through all the buildings! We saw the cathedral, the church, Golden Lane – which is a series of stores that have remained unchanged. They are all super tiny – like 200 square feet – and the door jams are low. Kafka lived in one at one point. We then continued the Kafka theme and went to the Kafka Museum! It was really weird. And mostly just diaries and pictures and the story of his life. My high school AP English teacher would be so proud. After that we headed towards Wenceslas square, bought a sausage to eat and then went to an orchestra concert! It was great. By that time, it had been a long day and we headed home. Another amazing day in the city!