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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... so we cleverly showed them a picture we had on an ad for Kutna Hora tours from Prague. "Ah, Barbarosa," they all said, and pointed us on our way.
We passed through a very cute, quaint town. It was worth the uphill walk just to see the town. Every time we stopped and showed a local the picture, they were very helpful, constantly pointing us to Barbarosa, until we ...
... of this I was stranded in the city centre for nearly
two hours in the dark. I say stranded, though I didn't mind this at all, and
could have spent another hour or so wondering around had it not been 0 degrees
I don't know anything about accommodation in Kutna Hora as I went back to
Prague that evening, but it would be worthwhile staying overnight here.
I use my interrail day of train travel to visit Kutna Hora in the Czech Republic before I catch the direct 4 hour train to Bratislava. The small town was founded on the mining of silver ore and by the 13th century it was producing a third of all European silver. First, I have a look round the Ossuary - the Church of All Saints, which is decorated with more than 40,000 human bones. Pretty grim but it looks amazing. During ...
We had a bit of a leaisurely start to the morning and caught the 9am train out to Kutna Hora, about an hour away from Prague. The draw here is the bone church,, the Ossuary in Sedlic. Work began on this church back at the beginning of the 14th century, but was reconstructed in its present form in 1784. It is said to contain the bones of approximately 40,000 people - there were approximately 30,000 people buried here after the plague in 1318, and many more after ...
... with fruit and nuts. We then ordered some special dishes – Lee had pork elbow, and I had a salmon fillet, both of which were delicious. We then finished the meal off with some warm chocolate lava cakes for dessert. We were all so full that we thought we would burst – the food had been delicious, and the service, of course, stellar.
We then finished the night with another bar, which I definitely did not drink beer at! And then headed back to the hostel for a nice ...