Green Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... castle, lesser square and finishing in city square to watch the anatomical clock chime. This clock designed in 14th century showed not only time but day, month, zodiac time so that any traveller would be able to read it. Really enjoyed Prague and learning about the architecture such as Gothic buildings which reach for the sky, Ressonance, and Barrock. Brought a picture of Prague which is all different pictures. So cheap and so talented hard to decide what picture was ...
... shops on it. I think one was called Prada, I can't remember. We went to a bar called Black Angels that was super cool, down in a stone basement with a big vaulted ceiling. Charlotte got a Mitch Martini which she is describing to me as "Vodka....Vodka, Amaretto, lemon, and peeeaaarrr something, something with pear... haha it was good . And a champagne with sorbet." I don't have a clue what I had, but one ...
... which had been our main reason for visiting Kutná Hora. This is a church built sometime around the 1200's and its interior is totally decorated with human skeletons it is believed the remains of over 40,000 people have been used! Which sounds morbid but I was really quite a sight to see. There were four pyramids made up of skulls and what looked to be leg bones about 3 meters high by 4 meters square, staked ...
... country roads past fields still very green with many crops, through small villages with picturesque churches surrounded by well tended grave yards dominating the town. Many with a crumbling castle hidden behind houses and under foliage:
The only castle that we visited inside is Karlistejn, above the village of the same name. It dates from the mid 14th century and was built by Charles 4th, who was the son of King Wenceslas ...
Travel was tedious, but uneventful and we all (Mike too) arrived in Prague Sunday evening (August 11). We dropped our stuff off @ our flat and went to meet a co-worker of Mike's for dinner.
After, we strolled around the Old Town. It is so beautiful! we cannot wait to get out and explore tomorrow!