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... sausages. In the central square, pigs were being roasted and the delightful aroma of wood smoke wafted around us. It’s like a bloody faerie tale.
The following day we took a daytrip to "Kutna Hora," which is about an hour train ride away from Prague. We went here to see the fabulous bone church, which is exactly what it sounds like. The bones of 40,000 people have been used to decorate the church in elaborate ways- there are chandeliers, pyramids, writing and ...
... yesterday where the best vantage spot would be and she had suggested the park. We climbed to the top of the park which is higher than the Castle but still didn't get the view I was after but as we wandered back along the path we came across a Pavilion, this provided us with a great view – see photo.
We walked back over the Cechuv Bridge and found ourselves in the Jewish quarter and among the very expensive ...
... Republic and Slovakia, the castle became the seat of the Head of State of the new Czech Republic.
(I'm still confused with the various architectural styles : Baroque, Neoclassical, Renaissance, Romanesque, Gothic etc...)
We walked through the Golden Lane, a small picturesque street with colourful wooden houses. Legend wants one to believe alchemists attempted to turn metal into gold here, but in fact the alchemists ...
... size: 16px; line-height: 15.2380952835083px;">My husband, Gary, also woke earlier than usual, so we headed out before breakfast for a walk over the Charles Bridge.
... a nice glass of red wine. The next day was Sunday and we took a trip around the Zugersee (Zug Lake) to admire the beautiful Swiss countryside and idyllic villages with half-timbered houses lining the waterfront. We were quite lucky with the weather, it was even sunny for a few hours, and we sat by the water drinking Aperol (a type of champagne cocktail) and enjoying the gorgeous views. That evening Dagmar prepared Spätzle, another traditional southern German ...