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Travel Blogs from Prague

Bone Church, Kutna Hora and Prague

A travel blog entry by ericjon97


... wanted to be buried in this holy ground. So many people were buried there that they ended up having to dig up the bones of 40,000 people and keep them in the church, or Ossuary, to make room for new people to be buried. The men in the church decided to build the bones into pyramids and make designs like a coat of arms and a chandelier. It is incredible. Ossuaries are not allowed any more for health reasons, so this might be one of the only ones I ...

Days 153 - 156: Czech Republic & Austria

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... is its completely rendered. The inner walls are'painted' with 3D brickwork and windows. So theres no bricks but they painted the whole castle to look like its all bricks. When walking through it and over the bridges it feels like a set from a movie. The castle even has, real and not painted, bears in the castle's old moat..

We left the hostel at 7am the next morning, and walked the 40minute trip in the rain to the train station. Sitting on the platform waiting ...

Capitalism, Communism, Can't get there from here

A travel blog entry by billhall


... people who really wish all these people would just leave their money and go away. Kind of like Maine. Can't blame them though, its pretty crazy in the tourist areas. Getting away from those areas people calm down and are much friendlier. So we leave this interesting city and culture tomorrow and continue our adventures without David and Sheree. I will miss their company, its been fun having them to hang with and do the things Bill doesn't want to do.


Prague Sprung

A travel blog entry by aviruthia


... Our evening ended at a rooftop restaurant under the stars overlooking the Old Town Square. It almost felt like "a date". Was this what Ruth wanted me to do?

And I met a young fellow studying Jewish Theology at Prague University. ("You're studying what? Where?"). He was all excited to learn about liberal Jewish communities abroad and somehow viewed me as a Divinely-sent expert. We talked for over an hour, and I was invited to join his family for Shabbat dinner. ...

Xmas in Prague

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning


... amp; Emily partook of a romantic horse and buggy ride around
the streets, then it was off to find a suitable place for dinner and
drinks. No shortage of choices either. Every few steps there was another
menu to read to help us make a choice. A very pleasant way to finish
off for the day.

Once again, Merry Xmas to all.

26/12/2012 - Today is our last day in Prague before we fly out to Lyon, then on to
Chamonix. ...


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