At The Golden Horseshoe - U Zlate Podkovy
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After breakfast I walked to Republic Square to join today's tour which left at 9.30. As soon as the bus moved off a lady with a microphone explained the day's agenda. We start at the ossuary church at Sedlec where we would have half an hour to look around and take photos, then on to the medieval town of Kutna Hora for sightseeing and lunch before returning to Prague around 3pm. The drive takes about one and a quarter hours and we arrived at Sedlec about ...
... clowns) aggressively asking for money, Americans were all over obnoxiously partying in the streets, beggars praying & begging simultaneously. Regardless, it was fun, but we probably won't be interested in coming back again. This morning we left Prague and saw the Church of Bones and the cathedral next door. These were both crazy and awesome. The Bone Church had 40,000 dead people's bones built into it and The Cathedral of our ...
... were a delightful end to a brilliant day in Prague.
I was on a run with the tours and day two Stephanie, Travis and I decided to get out of the city and take a day tour to explore the incredible UNESCO world heritage-listed Kutna Hora. We took a 1h train ride and arrived at a graveyard and 15th century Cemetery Church of All Saints - here is the....Bone Chapel. Literally a chapel made of human bones including a chandelier comprising ...
... of 1.3 million. I have found cuisine from all around, and English is well spoken (at least with the under 30 crowd). The old communist-era has slipping away as the 'global culture' takes root. Today I spent strolling around as well as doing a laundry list of things, pun intended. I took care of errands including laundry and purchasing my ticket to Munich for ...
... to hold our noses, stare out the window and pretend it didn't bother us.
Thankfully the journey did eventually come to an end and in our haste to leave we got off a stop too early and had to catch the metro to our hostel.
For dinner we walked 5 minutes down the road to a Czech restaurant where we each chose a traditional Czech meal to share. The beef stew/goulash was a highlight, as was the local ...