U Ruze Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... Fiery Dačický Goulash with lard dumplings (although I left the dumplings) and Louise had the salad :) We were joined on the tour by three Adelaide girls, one of which we decided was Amanda's twin, and a very annoying American girl who just couldn't stop telling everyone how wonderful she and America was! After the hot and noisy train journey back to Prague we found a nice little Italian restaurant for a quiet ...
... people can talk and act normally when surrounded by 40,000 human bones, mostly from the Plague and Hussite wars. We should be even more respectful - like they are actually watching us.
After that we visited the beautiful Cathedral of Our Lady, built in 1320 and then laid in ruins for 300 years after the Hussite Wars. It was restored in 1709. The high arches with clean lines and ...
... office lady gave me a new map showing all of the tourist sites in town, as well as where the bus stops to get us there are. We didn't know how much time it would take the bus (the map said 30 mins), and we thought we'd be short on time, so we didn't really stay at St. Barbara's enough to really look around too much.
On the way to the bus stop, we passed another ...
... again or in anyway devout to a God that I previously didn't believe in, but I can better understand how people would find comfort in religion, and Catholicism has these spiritual spaces and rituals perfected. Going to church every week in medieval times would have been a great comfort. The cathedrals are in the heart of the city, and are surrounded by a big square. The cathedrals themselves are so beautiful and silent, and covered with art depicting beautiful angels and stirs ...
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I decided to do a day trip to the town of Kutna Hora which is about 2 hours outside Prague by train. The train journey was quite easy. At one point I had to transfer to a local spur line to the Kutna Hora Mesto (Town centre). This train was rails layer in grass with no platform. You just stood along side the tracks ...