Hotel U Zvonu
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... 1400's. A monk then continued exhuming and stacking up the bones into the 1500's. The church and ossuary were sold in the late 1800's and the new owners allowed a local woodcarver access to it. He created the resulting arrangement of bones. Garlands of bones and skulls are strung from the ceiling and there is a chandelier that's supposed to contain ...
... across the street, so I went in there, thinking that maybe it had something. It was a one-room display on dilapidated buildings that had been restored/modernized. It was just a bunch of posters with pictures that somebody hung up. I think it would make an interesting book if somebody printed the pages a bit smaller, but there really wasn't a need to print them large and call it a museum. I did find it interesting, though, just not enough to want to stand around ...
... buildings and
a number of attractions, the most impressive of which is the Cathedral St
Many of the buildings in the city centre are much less polished than of those
in Prague, as a result some of the houses look older and more run down, I like
to see places like this!
On the day I visited, the connecting train from the city centre wasn't running
... a water tank built in 1497 to bring water to the town, and seeing the stunning Stone House. The house was very elaborate and was owned by ordinary citizens, showing how wealthy the town was at it's prime.
We had lunch at an interesting local restaurant. The food was good, I just had chicken and french fries as I just could not handle another heavy meal, but for dessert we were served a delicious apple strudel. It was warm, and ...
... music, and the hostel manager's phone ringtone is a dance song from the same era as Darude - Sandstorm. It should be an interesting night, but for about $6 AUD each per night we can't complain. We went to the supermarket to pick up some food for dinner, and Jess decided on Fettuccini Bolognese with her usual added veggies. I was busy on my phone trying to figure out how much we'd need to pay the hostel once we got back, so Jess took ...