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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... 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
Had a mix up on trams getting to the bus to meet a tour to Kutna Hora. We made it because they waited for us and we travelled through farm land growing crops of hops, wheat for the famous beers of the Chech Republic. Kutna Hora was the second largest city to Prague & wealthy because of its silver mines. Visited the Ossarium, ...
... a neighboring village called Horky where we took a train to Svetla nad Sazavou (a town with more than 6 000 inhabitants). After lunch we took another train to the station Smrcna where we got off the train so as to enjoy a very pleasant walking along the River Sazava. We even stopped in one part of the river for a while to refresh ourselves. Sarka was the first one who bravely stepped into the river, it wasn´t deep at all but there was quite a strong stream and ...
... at Excalibur World. Its this amazing, little, tacky kids water/theme park with dragons, pirates and animals decorated everywhere. I loved it! Its like Vegas for kids. We finally arrived in Vienna and I was happy to be back among German speakers where I at least have a general idea of whats going on. We did a bit of shopping at this huge mall across the street but unfortunately it closed at 7 so we didn't see much. Our hotel is a giant pyramid and the room is bigger than we've had ...
... decorated in human bones! Chandeliers, garland etc. Creepy McCreeperton. Apparently it was the artistic handiwork of a local woodworker ~1870. I guess a good option since the bones were just sitting around anyway.....;) we paid for a visit to 18th century Church of the Assumption of our Lady, but didn't get to see it as a service was going on when we stopped by.
Back at the station we called the 'tourist minibus' only cost 70 crowns (~$3.50) and ...