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... Performed in Dvorak Hall of the Rudolfinum, the sound was amazing! I enjoyed every minute of the concert, and the students and my kids, Elizabeth and Andrew, also had a great time. The concert included Concert Romanesc by Gyorgy LIgeti, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra Op 112 by Jan Hanus and Tchaikovsky's 4th Symphony, which brought the audience to it's feet at the end. What an amazing day!
Having pounded the pavement in Prague for two consecutive days, it was time to mix things up a bit. We considered taking an organised bus tour to Kutna Hora which would take 5 hours and cost 52€, but we figured we could do it cheaper alone! We bought our train tickets the day before and return for two people cost only 342CZK or 13.50€. Not bad! It is a pity that the Deutsche Bahn isn't so cheap.
Because we wanted to have an early start, it ...
... the human body. Erin plans to use a picture as a fun activity for her fifth graders. Don't you, Erin?
Macabre. Fascinating. Sobering. There were child skulls. Skulls that had been attacked with weapons. Tiny skull keychains for sale in the gift shop.
This trip led us to an interesting discussion of what we want done with our remains when we die. What we both do NOT want is our skeletons made into ...
... full of tombstones and monuments. Walking through the short path you reach the bone ossuary in the middle, a masterpiece of human relics. Pieces of human skeletons line the walls and make mini mountains along the sides. There was a coat of arms made of bones, as well as one of the most amazing chandeliers I have ever seen. The Cathedrals there great and huge! Beautiful architecture, art, and artifacts fill the ...
... time I was prepared... rain jacket, shoes, pants... the works. More walking, more sights, more Aussies. I feel like a magnet of some sort, but it's great to meet like minded, easy going people.
I am currently on my second night train of the journey... hoping for an uneventful trip, and a little
shut-eye before arriving in Krakow, where I will again couchsurf, and take in my first concentration camp, Auschwitz.
Ciao, from the Czech Republic/Poland border.