Falconi Pension

Address: Sokolska 6, Kolin, Bohemia, 28002, Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the La Prosperidad/Chamartin area of Kolin, is near St. George Forest (Svatojirsky les).
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Travel Blogs from Kolin

Silver & Bones

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 30, 2015

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Since we maximized our time in Prague our first 2 days, we decided to spend today taking a side trip to Kutna Hora. It is a relatively small town about an hour outside of Prague. The highlights of the town are a "Bone Church" and Silver Mining. We first stopped at the Bone Church, which is decorated with actual human bones. The church & surrounding cemetery date back to 13th or 14th century. When the bones ...


A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel on Oct 11, 2014

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... and hunting trophy's of the Archduke. It was
unreal to see all the suits of armor and exquisite weapons. I wish we
could have taken photos but it was forbidden. In his life Franz
Ferdinand was an avid hunter and is said to have over 300,000 kills.
There were A lot of hunting trophies on display, including the tails of 3
elephants he had killed. That was creepy. The saddest part was to see
the family portraits of Franz and Sophie and their children. For the ...

50,000 Bones

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 06, 2014

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... 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, ...

One week in ...

A travel blog entry by mike.hendry on May 03, 2014


... wonder why they cannot match Chinese, Taiwanese and Japanese productivity!

Prior to May Day is the annual 'Witch Burning', and so in virtually all small villages across the CR bonfires are lit and effigies are burnt. I haven't googled it and can't give you the origins, it's just something "... we've always done" (that's how it was explained to me). The Old Town Square also features similar activities but this is ...

Hunting and Thunder

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 02, 2014

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... left Red, so we were ill-prepared for the deluge. Luckily, a kind Czech man in a very warm car took pity on us drenched and bedraggled souls, and gave us a greatly appreciated lift back to the car park. Once back in Red, we brewed a nice cup of tea, and reflected upon the tragedy that had befallen Franz Ferdinand and his beloved wife. We had witnessed a warm and loving family home, and we had met a decent, liberal, well meaning statesman who might have made a real difference to ...