Hotel Arnost Garni
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A very basic hotel with some in room cooking options. Close to the train tracks. It was as expected.
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... 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 ...
... minutes, in the drizzling rain.
This church is special as the monks stored bones here from the 14th century or so then they were later arranged.
Here is the blurb to save me writing about its history.
Loved this ...
... is located roughly 2 km from the city center, basically on the way from the train station where we arrived at about 9.00 and left our bags in the luggage room. In any case the Sedlec Ossuary is very impressive place, especially for lovers of horror movies :) We´ve heard that there is a similar place in Milan but unfortunately we have never been there.
The history of our Czech ossuary, which belongs to the most visited tourist attractions of the Czech ...
... there, because it sure didn't work for me! The worst thing was that it was raining, and we needed to pack our tent up this mo0rning so that we could ready it for our return journey! Tonight we had decided to stay in a hostel so that we could spend the night with Colin, and not rush so much the day we were leaving for England, July 17, so that meant that we had to pack all of our gear up… and it was seriously pelting it down. So, as you can imagine, I did not feel very enthused ...
... convince Michael that the 'way of silver' tour at the Little Castle (Hradek) was going to be awesome. And in fact; it was! While it was in Czech (we were given english books to follow along), we got to don mining wear (hardhat, flashlights, canvas coat) and sledge down through ancient mining caves.
So happy we ended up staying in Kutna Hora- the pension was charming, location great, and nice to be in a smaller quiet town for a night.