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... to the train station & a train to Kunta Hora. This is a small town about 60km from Prague. We are told that it is a typical Czech town, definitely not a major tourist place. One of our prime reasons for visiting here was to see the "Sedlec Ossuary" which is a cemetery church built in the 14th century. It is also called the Sedlec Bone Church as the church chapel is made from the bones of 40,000 people who were killed during the 14th century ...
Bit of a slow start to the day today. We had breakfast then set off to find a train station, which we would have found a lot faster if I hadn't got us lost! We eventually caught the train to Kutná Hora at 12pm, it took an hour to get there, then another short train ride to get to the centre of the town. What a cool wee town, it was so quiet & peaceful compared to Prague. Nestled in the Czech hills it was a great ...
... the bone church. Very macabre to see. Bones of 40,000 dead used as decoration!! St Barbara is the patron saint of miners and her church is beautiful. This was added to by a pipe organ playing and a man singing. Our walk around the old part of town showed a delightful variety of buildings, well maintained, with cobbled streets and lanes. ...
... office block or something, but old enough that the surrounding buildings have all been abandoned long ago and taken over by vegetation. The (rather large) hostel manager lady doesn't speak a word of English, wears only a smock and thongs, and the only thing I've seen of the other guests were 3 burly Czech guys (presumably Czech) carrying two huge crates of bottled beer to the hostel. As I write, there is a car in the parking area ...
We were up early again and travelling just a small hour to Nürnberg where we were able to enjoy the Christmas markets. A lot of the town had to be rebuilt after WWII, but the have restored it to its original glory. We turned the ring on the fountain in the town center 3 times so a wish could come true. Joey ate a half metre wiener and I tried the mulled wine but made a mistake in accepting the shop keepers suggestion of some sort of extra shot in the ...