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... works of art from the Middle Ages are kept in the church, such as the so-called Tucher Altar (c. 1440, originally the high altar of the Augustinian church of St. Vitus), and two monuments by Adam Kraft (c. 1498). Leaving Nuremberg, we continued easterly to Czech border past the town of Pilsen to Prague. Arriving at our Hotel Savoy were greeted by a quaint but stylish hotel. Dinner in house this evening - salad entree, beef main, apple ...
... I arrived at the hostel, I ran into my Brit friend from Munich and we watched the soccer game. Such a small world! We then grabbed kebabs with other Americans and it was really cool how easily people get along at this hostel. There is an outside garden that people can hangout in and this very large, diverse group of people played a really fun game of charades. It was really funny and I then noticed my friend from Brussels sitting ...
... clean cabins and attentive housekeeping staff; opportunity to visit the wheelhouse whenever you wanted to and the ship's crew were very welcoming and communicative - although in a mixture of languages; several local presenters - the wine tasting, beer tasting, and canal expert were well done, entertaining and informative; champagne and orange juice with breakfast every morning; and did I mention, all you can drink wine or beer with dinner every day. I bought a bottle of ...
... dinner, I had gnocchi with sausage, peppers and tomatoes, very good and then we all had dessert, I had vanilla ice cream with warm raspberries. We went up to the clock tower and took some pictures of the whole city, the sunset was pretty but a lot of clouds in the sky at that point. But then we realized we were running out of time because we thought we would be able to check in for our flight the next morning tonight but had to get here before it closed, so we sprinted to the ...
... up early and made good use of our train pass. Despite Paul being very hard to get up at 630am we managed to catch the train towards Sedlec Ossuary, otherwise known as the bone church, which is situated about an hour away from Prague. The ossuary is estimated to contain the skeletons of between 40,000 and 70,000 people, whose bones have been artistically arranged to decorate the chapel. Apparently every bone of the human body can be found ...