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Today we went on a day tour to Kutná Hora, an old town about 75km out of Prague. Our guide for the day was John Paul, who was born in Thailand of an American mother and German father, raised in several countries across Europe and has never lived in America, but has an American accent. Very interesting fellow who mixed history with humour and a little acting. Kutná Hora was originally established after ...
... sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">When we got off, there weren't really signs telling us where to go, and the map the lady at the train station gave us didn't have the Bone Church clearly identified. When I asked about it, she said, what sounded to me like "Barbarosa." I had a map saved to my phone, but it didn't seem to jive with anything on the map she gave me, so we assumed google was wrong and found some locals. Of course, they didn't speak ...
... to call home.
On the way down to the village our guide informed us we did not have time to stop at any of the shops- what a surprise! We did manage to get the bus driver to drop us at the TOP
of Wenceslas Square where the subway station is rather than the bottom!We hopped on the train and went back to the hotel, collected our luggage ad now we are all checked into the Hilton Prague until Tuesday.
Taking it easy tonight and looking forward to sleeping in tomorrow.
Visited the Bone Church of Kutna Hora which was originally a Medieval mining town located in NE Bohemia some 68 Ks from Prague. This church harboured hundreds of human bones as the city did not escape the second bubonic plague. As two thirds of the population died as a result the grave soon became full. These bodies were exhumed, cleaned with a bleach ...
... stuff here, we saw the massive and beautiful St Barbara's Cathedral, the stone fountain and had a look in a couple of shops. We took the train from Prague to Kutna Hora and back which is about an hours journey and cost us maybe $10nzd return. So not bad at all for a neat day exploring another city, seeing something truly bizarre and beautiful and making new friends. I quite like Czech Republic. Its starting to get cold now. Good bye summer in ...
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