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Saturday dawned cool and cloudy. Today we were headed to Konopiste
Castle and Karlsteijn Castle. We had no idea how happy we would be for
the weather! After depositing our luggage in another room for
safekeeping since we were checking out we headed down for breakfast.
This would be my last day eating what was now my trademark egg sandwich.
It was as close to a breakfast sandwich as I could get. We were once
again picked up at the hotel and on our way! It was about ...
Had a mix up on trams getting to the bus to meet a tour to Kutna Hora. We made it because they waited for us and we travelled through farm land growing crops of hops, wheat for the famous beers of the Chech Republic. Kutna Hora was the second largest city to Prague & wealthy because of its silver mines. Visited the Ossarium, ...
... point, but is one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of the Czech Republic. Originally a graveyard, the construction of a Gothic church meant that the lower level was used as a place to put the large amounts of graves that had been unearthed. In the early 1500's, a monk was given the job of exhuming skeletons and stacking their bones, then in the late 1800's a wood carver was employed to give some order to the bone heaps, ...
... this goes.
This blog focuses on some of the local traditions which have come to light in the past week, some of which I didn't know about.
Today is May 3rd, and two days ago was the widely celebrated May Day, celebrated as "Worker's Day" in many eastern European countries, the opening day of Summer (although it isn't) and this means in the Czech Republic another excuse for a holiday. I say, 'another excuse for a ...
... which was where the archduke Franz Ferdinand called home. However, trying to get into the castle and to buy an appropriate tour proved to be a black comedy of Kafkaesque proportions. We could buy an English guided tour for Route III at 4 o'clock, but we were flatly refused the request to buy a Czech tour for Route II at 3 o'clock with an English audio guide. The cashier spoke only Czech and was not really bothered, but luckily my Good Lady Wife sorted it all out with diagrams ...