After splitting up for the morning, Mel and I ran into one another again when I was lining up to go into the Jewish museum (which is actually a collection of buildings across Prague) and Mel was with a walking tour. I tagged along for the end of the tour then the two of us went to see the Jewish museum. One part of the museum is the extensive cemetery where the Jewish were buried until 1787. Some 12,000 odd souls lie at rest there, and the place has a rather eerie feel to it. I bought a photographer's pass, so was allowed to take photographs of the cemetery, which is normally banned. I wasn't allowed to take any photographs of the elaborate synagogues though. Which was a shame, as they have the most beautiful mosaics inside. Wandering around the cemetery leaves one feeling a tad sad, but we made up for it later that night with a traditional Czech dinner of roast duck and dumplings.