Hotel Chateau KotEra
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Saturday dawned cool and cloudy. Today we were headed to Konopiste
Castle and Karlsteijn Castle. We had no idea how happy we would be for
the weather! After depositing our luggage in another room for
safekeeping since we were checking out we headed down for breakfast.
This would be my last day eating what was now my trademark egg sandwich.
It was as close to a breakfast sandwich as I could get. We were once
again picked up at the hotel and on our way! It was about ...
... to the train station & a train to Kunta Hora. This is a small town about 60km from Prague. We are told that it is a typical Czech town, definitely not a major tourist place. One of our prime reasons for visiting here was to see the "Sedlec Ossuary" which is a cemetery church built in the 14th century. It is also called the Sedlec Bone Church as the church chapel is made from the bones of 40,000 people who were killed during the 14th century ...
... took the opportunity to create elaborate sculptures, including small domed structures and complex chandeliers. Apparently it is estimated that there are between 40,000 and 70,000 bones making up the sculptures. It's extraordinarily creepy. Once we'd had enough of bones and other tourists, we made our way back to the bike, got geared up, I pulled the clutch in and hit the starter button. The starter motor kicked in, but the engine ...
... 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 ...
... In the end, the 4 o'clock tour was conducted in Czech anyway because the Czech audio guides did not work, so we had to return to English audio guides. The guide was late, the wrong guide turned up, and we were left waiting. It was all pretty straightforward, really. However, we got in eventually, and the shabby bloke hanging around turned out to be the tour guide. He was a hilarious comedy creation: a grizzled and sardonic, larger than life figure, thickly moustachioed and ...