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... of living in Prague appears very cheap, they do not use the euro
for their currency and still use the Koruna.
It is easy to see why the Czechs are well known for the highest
consumption of beer per person in the world when the price of a bottle of beer
is less than buying a bottle of water of softdrink. A 1.5l bottle of beer costs about $1.38 AUD
with a normal ˝ litre bottle about .45c, ...
... Kutna Hora, an hour's train ride away. The Ossuary is a small Roman Catholic chapel, located beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints. The main reason for visiting is to see the skeletons of approximately 60,000 people, whose bones have been arranged to form decorations and furnishings for the chapel, including a giant chandelier. A bit odd, but very interesting!
After visiting the Ossuary and Chapel, we returned to Prague, and ...
... a great location, less than a minute walk from Old Town Square, so we've haven't had to use public transportation even once. The staff is great and we hadn't had one bad roommate. Looking forward to our next adventure! We're boarding the overnight train soon and will arrive in Budapest early tomorrow morning! I hope to make it back to Prague again sometime. Such a wonderful experience ...
... really hard and there was some thunder. But by the time our tour ended it was just sprinkling. We walked a short distance under grey skies after the tour to dinner at the Café Imperial.
The restaurant was beautiful and the food was fantastic. Grandma had a lamb shank with creamed spinach. Mom had a goat cheese salad. Grandpa had eggs and ham (he ordered off the breakfast menu), and I had duck ravioli with fois gras. Mom and Grandma each also had ...
... only to see the little Czezh lady sitting happily at the bus stop!! I repeat IDIOTS!! It was now about 7pm so our bus had long gone... We started looking at the map at the bus stop and realised we were completely buggered, the Czech lady realised that we were a bit ****** off and after chatting to her for a bit she kindly offered to give us a lift back to our campsite, she had her car just by the main tram stop so it was now just a case of waiting for ...