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... certain train and we did not know if we would have enough time to climb and descend.
We took the noon train out to a small town called Kutna Hora. It is or was a silver mining town. The main attraction is the Kostnice or Ossuary. It is also known as the bone church. Basically an important man sprinkled soil from the holy land of Jerusalem around this church a long time ago. People believed that the land was now super special and everyone wanted to be buried here. People from ...
... Strolled around the medieval streets and found an authentic 14th century pub, being the first customers of the day enjoyed a local beer in front of a roaring open fire. Liked the place so much and the prices we stayed for lunch, endulged in some very nice traditional Czech food.
... bodies) in the hope of catching the children’s choir, but they had just finished, so we went back to Hotel U Ruze for some warm beverages and wifi.
We walked to an out of the way train station which would take us back to Prague, and met some nice Aussies on the platform. We’re everywhere! It was only an hour back on the train. We picked up some Chinese (we were craving vegies and noodles), and had a nice conversation with the waiter there. He gave us complimentary ...
... period people wanted to buried on the sacred piece of land and when the plague struck in the 13th century there wasn't much room for the bodies so they decorated the chapel with human bones! There is another Cathedral right next to it which is a little more normal. The I catch the bus across town for 12 Crowns and find the huge beautiful Cathedral of St. Barbara, one of the best examples of Gothic Architecture in the Czech ...
... hang out, go shopping or to a restaurant, but it was too early for us.
We caught the tram up towards the castle because we had been planning on going up the Bergbahn to get one last look over the city. Sadly it was closed, but we had a good time walking along Kampa Island. The island was full of local art which I always like including some interactive pieces. Back in Anděl, we went to a local restaurant which was recommended to us by our Banff friend Lenka called ...
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