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... which puts on an impressive show every hour), the palace and many churches show off traditional architecture. The streets are filled with friendly people, eateries at super prices and plazas with some tram lines running past. A mix of modern and gothic, it reminded me a little bit of Melbourne. more beer and traditional fare then off to sleep for the trip to ...
... like the czenglish that was on the menu'd description.
We have noticed in the Czech Republic a lot of young Korean women travelling together in 2's and 3's. It turns out that about 5 years ago a Korean film studio made a series called "Love in Prague" which featured an all Korean cast, young and unrequited love etc and what do you know a booming tourist industry emerged. It seems only the girls travel as we see very few men travelling with them.
Allison had heard of a Church made of bones.
After failing to see the Jewish Cemetery we decided to catch the train out to Kutna Hora to see the church.
We got there and walked to the Church and said we'd like 2 please as Sophie had stayed at the apartment.
"Sorry we don't take cards, cash only." they said
... br> Since we had been prepared for the rather morbid decor, the actual site was not as creepy as one might have expected. This was also probably because it was filled with tourists taking pictures. Believe me, if you had been strolling down the small lane and wandered in unknowingly to this church when empty, you would immediately remember "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and run out screaming. The church is ...
... and had to walk up a very high hill and and through the town to reach our hostel. As we got our first glimpse of the town, we saw what our tour guide at the brewery had said about the town. I quote, "Aah, Český Krumlov, it's not a town, it's a fairy tale" After our two days there we were all in agreement. The city is quite simply, breathtaking. The castle sits high on a hill overlooking the town below, with a river ...
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