U Ruze Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... decorative displays. I thought it was all very creepy. Back to a different station for our trip back to Prague.
Back at our hotel in time for the Bunker tour at 5 in the bottom of the hotel. Very worthwhile. Dinner tonight at a tripadvisor recommendation and it was spot on. I will blog later about the food in Prague. We are finding it very reasonable here, both for meals and for shopping other than ...
... 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">We changed trains at Kolin, and continued to Kutna Hora main station. The lady at the ticket desk in Prague had told us to go to Kutna Hora Mesto (and sold us tickets to there), so we changed to this tiny little train that looked more like a bus. It only has 3 stops- the main station, the center station, and the downtown station (mesto).
... Stained glass windows were installed about 100 years ago, so fairly recently.
Sadly after our visit to St. Barbaras we had to head back to Prague. I managed to get some shut eye on the bus- as I did on the ride down! Not quite adjusted to the time difference yet, so it was tough to go to sleep last night- I finally made myself and Jeanne turn off the lights at about 1:00 am. I feel bad for Jeanne having to be working all day when ...
... went and had lunch with them at a restaurant recommended by the guy at the reception of the bone chapel. We were all travellers, the girls we met were from Canada, the UK and Australia and they had some cool stories to tell us about their travels which is always awesome. Lunch was absolutely delicious and probably cost around $10 NZD for a decent feed and I had a hot cranberry juice. After lunch we wandered through Kutna Hora, theres actually a lot ...
... the human body and other stings of skulls and bones. It was small but packed with the bones of almost 40,000 people. I really liked the stings of skulls that lined the ceilings and the special skull case that highlighted skulls of warriors that died of head trauma. The pictures will do a better job of explaining what the church really looked like.
When we had our fill of the bones we made the half hour walk into the actual town. It was super cute, just like Prague. ...