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Hronovicka 708, Pardubice, Bohemia, 530 02, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pardubice

Day 36 - Cesky Krumlov to Prague to Kunta Hora

A travel blog entry by bailey-jh on Oct 09, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

We are now in the final week of our trip & the last country we will visit, the Czech Republic. Well after riding the old dirty bus, stopping at all the little towns on the way, we arrived in Cesky Krumolv, a medieval village dating back to the 9th century. Because of its age, it has a rich mix of Gothic (12th - 15th centuries), Renaissance (15th - 17th centuries) & Baroque (17th - 18th centuries) architectures which can easily be seen throughout the ...

Kutna Hora

A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel on Oct 06, 2014

12 photos

... silver was discovered here, and this small town became a booming mining town rivaling Prague for it's size and wealth. Our first stop was Sedlec Ossuary, otherwise known as the Bone Church. The story has it that in 1278 the abbott of the Cistercian monestary was sent to the Holy Land. When he returned he brought with him soil which he spread on the grounds of the abbey cemetery. This made the cemetery a desirable burial location, as it ...

Czech Republic - Surroundings of Prague

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 18, 2013

48 photos

... at the bottom of the river so everyone had to move slowly. Suddenly Gonzalo started messing with Sarka, pretending heīs pushing her to the water. In fact he pushed her a little bit and since the bottom of the river was too slippery Sarka couldnīt keep balance for a long time and fell to the river. What a funny moment :) I mean for me, just to be sure that nothing similar will happen to me, I didnīt even touch the water because it was obviously too cold for me.

The Bone Church

A travel blog entry by lisabott on Aug 22, 2012

11 photos

... 40,000-70,000 human skeletons around this little chapel. We had lunch in Kutna Hora and tried to get rid of all our Czech money which proved to be very hard to do when everything was so cheap and we were short on time. An orange and white cat wandered onto the patio where we were eating and I fell in love with one of the girls in our group because she fed half her lunch to the poor thing. It made me think of my kitties back home. We made one last stop right before crossing ...


A travel blog entry by moberts on May 20, 2012

5 photos

... decorated in human bones! Chandeliers, garland etc. Creepy McCreeperton. Apparently it was the artistic handiwork of a local woodworker ~1870. I guess a good option since the bones were just sitting around anyway.....;) we paid for a visit to 18th century Church of the Assumption of our Lady, but didn't get to see it as a service was going on when we stopped by.
Back at the station we called the 'tourist minibus' only cost 70 crowns (~$3.50) and ...