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... the hostel. This time it was just across the street. I wouldn't have to worry about how I would get home.Thurs 4/12/14
- I went shopping in the morning and bought some food from Tescos.
- I met Chloe afterwards and we caught the train to Kutna Hora as we both wanted to see the bone church (Sedlec Ossuary). It's a small Roman Catholic church which is decorated with the bones of 40,000 people.
- We walked to the train station and caught the next ...
Welcome to Porkopolis, the land that vegetables forgot – Anthony Bourdain
We took the train to Prague, walked the 15 minutes to our accommodation, not looking around us too much, as you do with luggage arriving in a new city. But after we checked in, we took a walk along the river and across the Charles Bridge. On first impressions, it doesn't seem as pretty as Budapest, the vistas don't seem as impressive. But on getting to know the city, it ...
... Unfortunately, the hostel life is not as fun when I begin to lose my voice. It is hard to keep up conversation with a sore throat! I wish there was an easy button I could press that would instantly take away my sickness! Instead of seeing the Prague nightlife, I turned in early at 12 which is about 6 hours too early here! Memorable quote: We are now in the fatty Mcfatty club- after the Milka Welt purchases Tomorrow: Walking around ...
... from my home in Melbourne, Australia on a fortnightly basis wasn't going to be one of the options for me, and so with the assistance of a guy in the U.K. by the name of Michael St. John, I acquired one year later a touring-equipped Yamaha Diversion 900 and started flying in annually to ride around Europe. And a decade and 50,000kms later, here we are! Me, taking three months off from running the business to sit in Prague and sample Czech beer and culture ... and ...
... It was our last day and the three of us parted ways. Emma was headed for Poland (on purpose this time), and Matt and I boarded our bus to head for Berlin.
Four hours later, we were in Berlin! It was a very industrial place, but still had some nice architecture. Most of it was more modern, simply because they had to rebuild the entire city due to destruction from WWII, and The Cold War.
We found Matt's hostel, put our stuff there, and ...