Hotel Chateau KotEra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Since we maximized our time in Prague our first 2 days, we decided to spend today taking a side trip to Kutna Hora. It is a relatively small town about an hour outside of Prague. The highlights of the town are a "Bone Church" and Silver Mining. We first stopped at the Bone Church, which is decorated with actual human bones. The church & surrounding cemetery date back to 13th or 14th century. When the bones ...
... As we began out tour the guide greeted us, and informed us we would be climbing 400 steps to reach the Chapel of the Holy Cross. That's right. 400. Ugh. The castle was built by Charles IV to house the crown jewels of Bohemia and his collected religious artifacts. The fortress was a place where women were forbidden to enter until Charles IV fourth wife snuck in. The ban was lifted. To get to the chapel we had to cross
between 3 buildings, all connected by small bridges that were very ...
... office block or something, but old enough that the surrounding buildings have all been abandoned long ago and taken over by vegetation. The (rather large) hostel manager lady doesn't speak a word of English, wears only a smock and thongs, and the only thing I've seen of the other guests were 3 burly Czech guys (presumably Czech) carrying two huge crates of bottled beer to the hostel. As I write, there is a car in the parking area ...
... this goes.
This blog focuses on some of the local traditions which have come to light in the past week, some of which I didn't know about.
Today is May 3rd, and two days ago was the widely celebrated May Day, celebrated as "Worker's Day" in many eastern European countries, the opening day of Summer (although it isn't) and this means in the Czech Republic another excuse for a holiday. I say, 'another excuse for a ...
... days?) or the more common theme of verbosity and the need for people to take a few days off to allow time to read what I had written. There is no one right answer I feel, and thus I am preparing to compromise by necessity that degree of intimacy that emails to friends allows, remove some of the in-house jokes that only good friends understand, and tidy up the language a bit ... and do so on the basis that the travel blog such as this one here on Travelpod ...