Hotel U Kralovny Elisky
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... 15th century wars. The builders of this church were monks who believed that the earthly church was a community for both the living & dead. We also visited the Cathedral of Assumption of Our Lady & Cathedral of Barbara. Both these churches were beautiful examples of the history in the times they were built.
Tomorrow we will head back to Prague to see its sites, before heading home next week.
Jim & Marilyn
... It is a 13th century Ukrainian Russian Orthodox Church. The only problem is the steep decline & winding paths, but Jim found it for me! Then we had to continue down then take the long hike to the hotel. We had a quick smooch on Charles Bridge, & dinner at a romantic cafe, which caused us to miss the 8 PM ringing of the bells on the astronomical clock. We didn't care-- we were just hoping to get home before our knees & feet gave ...
... Sports Bike Sunday!) so that was good enough for us.
All was going well until the sky started to become darker and darker but Greg assured Kerrie (as he always does) that we were not going that way! He was right; we only had a few sprinkles of rain before we arrived at our hotel.
Our walk this ...
... Erin whips out her phone and takes pictures and I won't go near them. And yet I wanted to go see hundreds of thousands of bones in a church in the middle of Czech. I don't get me either. Anyway, the church was very cool, and creepy. Though the bones were not meant to be creepy but more of a reminder that people are all equal in death. I'm glad I get to say I went to this place. In Kunta Hora, right across the street from the church, ...
... ghost town atmosphere seems to be in the air. Bringing with this, though, is less tourists, which is very nice. Less frequented and much more space to explore. You don't have to wait to be served for an ice cream like you do in Prague where people are packed into a small quarter and do silly things like stop and then turn quickly to the side, making walking the Charles Bridge during the day a little like running a race. ...