Hotel Alley Olomouc
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... proper defense structures. We had lunch in the castle. It was clearly a tourist destination, given the crowds, but they were almost exclusively Czech so we were a bit of a surprise for the restaurant staff - but they recovered quickly and found someone who could help translate the menu for us.
After lunch, it was time for the long drive to Prague. It was a long time in the car for all, but with a little bribery and several pit stops, we made it in ...
... The travel books Laura has been reading indicated that it would be a good drive for seeing castles, though after an hour on the road we had gotten close to some hills but really hadn't had much else to see. Then - "What's that up on the hill?" Laura comes through with castle sighting number one. Also numbers 2 and 3, but Sam got number 4. On the main road in Slovakia there were well positioned rest areas, with platforms for ...
Went to airport but to visit travelex. Heading towards Auschwitz and trying to keep of the highways, had lots of breaks and from the road. Went looking for a camp site but it was closed so found a very nice and friend hotel half way up the mountains. They only spoke Czech and Germany so with my best German ( a large beer or chips and mayo) I booked my self in ...
... contains a small chapel inside. The column is a UNESCO
listed world heritage site.
The city also has two cathedrals and a number of other very beautiful churches.
I also went into the Museum of Modern Art, which was brilliant, and free of
charge on the day I visited.
Olomouc is pronounced (Ol' a ' moots).
... cus that would be totally unmanly of me and completely wreck my street cred) We head to our first stop off which is Kutna Hora which has a church of bones. The reasoning behind this is that one priest long ago brought back some dirt from jesus’s tomb or something like that and brought it back to his home town and placed it in the chapels garden. This making all the catholics and see the church as holy ground they send their departed from far and wide to be ...