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... realised I should have been waiting for a bus. How can I not tell the difference between a bus and a train?.new ticket bought (at 10 euros I wasn't heart broken) told the parentals I'd found the original (sorry) and prepared to hang with the homeless around the bus station. This got old quick and I moved into town. It was boiling so i sat happily watching the world go by. This killed a good few hours before I found happiness in a bowl of soup in bread. ...
... and enjoyed the snow some more. We got a direct train back to Prague and rearranged our plans.
My travel partner wanted to go shopping again. I did more shopping yesterday than I can really handle, I feel that I fulfilled my promise to go shopping, I feel that spending my time in a mall is a big waste, and I had seen an ad for a 1 hour underground tour that ...
I visited Kutna Hora for a day, taking the
train from Prague. I liked the place so much that I decided to give it an entry
of its own.
Taking the train you are likely to meet quite a few fellow day-trippers who
have the same idea.
The main train station in K.H is close the most interesting attraction, the
Sedlec Ossuary, known as the Bone Church. The bone church as its ...
... who had a sick fetish for making skeletal decorations. I do enjoy the Czech Republic. The countryside is quite different from Prague, but has the same feel. I would really love to visit more towns, and learn more about Bohemia as a history and culture. Aspects if it spread so far through Europe, such as absinthe and art nouveau in Paris. All in all I haven't learnt about much of Bohemia and it's kings and garnet rings. Like with most of my Europe trip, I have only scratched the ...
... silver was discovered here, and this small town became a booming mining town rivaling Prague for it's size and wealth. Our first stop was Sedlec Ossuary, otherwise known as the Bone Church. The story has it that in 1278 the abbott of the Cistercian monestary was sent to the Holy Land. When he returned he brought with him soil which he spread on the grounds of the abbey cemetery. This made the cemetery a desirable burial location, as it ...