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The Sedlec Ossuary 80km from Prague has been on my must see tourist radar for about 8 years now, ever since I read a book called "The Black Angel" by John Connelly which featured this place.
Caught a train from Prague to Kutna Hora which takes an hour, then walked to the church which ...
... lunch. It was quite funny seeing medieval monks, nuns and priests all standing around having a smoke, texting and eating their lunch. I am sure if you work in the movie industry, you see this kind of thing often, but for me it was kind of novel. I tried taking picture, but I could clearly see that they were annoyed with me for doing that.
Down the hill from the cathedral, I found a little wine place that ...
... the way though!
For Pivo we go to Cross Club. Think strange metal machinery with moving parts outside, an outdoor bar encased in metal and inside many levels and rooms and corners and strange moving metal parts. It is like stepping into a scene from Wall-E. Our local tap beer costed the equivalent of NZ$1.16. However Europe seems to be king of deposits so we pay the same amount for our plastic cup for its safe ...
... height: 15.8599996566772px;"># of trains: 80
# of bus rides: 15
# of taxis: 2
# New beers: 26
# of monies found: 6.50Euros, 8.05 soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 ...
... to rush around a bit which I am never too fond of. After a short breakfast with Ota, we paced our way to the metro station and just made the next train to Prague (they come every 5 minutes anyway). After making our transfer to Praha hlavní nádraží (main station), we still had 15 minutes to wait until our train came! Better earlier than late. Praha hl.n is quite modern inside although the outside walls are crumbling down and partly under renovation. Definitely no Grand Central ...