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We had nothing booked for the day and decided to just take it as it goes. It was a mix of sun and cloud and overall quite pleasant, outside of a bit of wind around mid day. We did a bit of retail therapy (even though we swore we wouldn't be shopping on this trip), had a light lunch took in more of the amazing architecture.
We of course just couldn't have a full day without a tour of some sort. We booked a guided tour of ...
... is obsessed with everything related to the Soviet Union and the secret police. After speaking with him in Russian, he actually cut the tours short for the other groups and gave our group a super nice private tour of the other rooms. He let us try out all the guns he had on display, wear the KGB hats and get some of the coolest and most badass pics. Probably the best 6 Euros I've ever ...
... of many people, and many people went to Sedlec before their death to be buried there. In a little amount of time a lot of people were buried in Sedlec, and the idea of creating an ossuary was born. In the 15th century a Gothic church was built near the cemetery and its basement was used as an ossuary. The task of creating the ossuary was given to a half blind monk who arranged the bones. It wasn’t until more than 300 years later though, that the bones ...
... night we were there we went on a ghost tour around the city to hear all of the creepy stories that have happened there in the past couple of years - which, of course, terrified me. The guide wore this sweeping black outfit with a candle-lit lantern and took us to a bunch of different sites, including the town square where one of the Catholic kings tortured and hung 12 Protestant leaders in the 1600s, chopped their ...
... newbies while we rocked out to metal on the radio. "Where are we??" we continue to ask one another as we arrive in each new place. Pointing and whispering casually with Paul I still don't want to go overboard but my mind is screaming, "Prague!!!"
The hotel is nearby and we get settled in very comfortably after another long wait in the tiny lobby as a guest asks millions of questions about everything that is Prague, what to do, how to get there, and if arrangements could ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed