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... came second. It snow a World Heritage site, famous for the “Bone Church” as well as the Church of St. Barbara and the Italian Court, which was were the silver was processed and turned into coins. I learned none of this from our tour guide (thanks Wiki!). Anyway, first stop was the Sedlec Ossuary, site of the bone church, which contains the remains of an estimated 40-70,000 people unearthed from mass graves in the Cistercian Monastery graveyard arranged in a ...
... we'll still get to pass through smaller towns. We'll see how we go, and hopefully Google Maps stops being crazy once it's in Poland. Note from Jess: From looking at the clouds and the radar, it seemed that we had plenty of time before it was supposed to rain heavily... and I was right! Also, the bigger supermarket (which had more chance of having stir fry sauce or even soy sauce) was just around the corner but somehow we didn't ride past it since we went a different way ...
... al all on a gently sloping site adjoining a small lake. This group of friends first gathered for a wedding here 20 years ago ... and keep returning. There is amongst other things a goulash competition, a cake competition and ... a barrel of Bernhard beer (possibly the very best thing going around, unpasteurised and with a great fresh taste unlike anything else) and the beer machine sitting on the table, chilling the beer, empty glasses waiting for you to fill up as you ...
... were originally erected in the 1700s. Although today many are replicas, walking along ...
... owners. I also heard that Hitler liked it, therefore they did not bomb it during WW2 like many other cities. As a consequence, it has all of its historical charm.
There's this vibrant yet romantic feel about Prague that people fall in love with. In both the Old Town and New Town there are car free squares with musicians packed in every free spot to entertain the crowds. It's 7degrees and a Wednesday yet the streets are full of people eating the street food from ...