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So Teplice Nad Metuji wasnt originally on our list but we'd heard that the rocks (Teplice Skaly) were not to be missed and so we packed our bags and off we trundled. Teplice is on the North East coast of Czech not too far from the Polish Border ‐ when we went it was COLD!
There is a countrywide hiking path through Hungary and it cuts through Teplice so we were hoping to meet lots of fellow nature lovers, exchange stories ...
... playing with their pets or their families, but instead, the subject matter was so grim. It was so sad.
One of the highlights of Prague is a visit to the old Jewish Quarter. There you can visit a number of old Synagogues which have displays of different aspects of Jewish life, as well as the old Jewish Cemetery which was closed in the late 1700s. Whilst the Jews were given permission to have a cemetery within their Quarter, they couldn’t ...
... viewing platform, by the time we got near the top it became more like climbing a ladder than walking up steps. We got a nice view from up there but didn't hang around to take it in for long because almost as soon as we reached the top it started pouring with rain! We looked like drowned rats by the time we got back to our accommodation & really appreciated a warm shower before dinner, all part of the ...
Remember, if you are a student (or you are brave enough to lie you are) you will pay just half a price to enter the place - 35 CZ money instead of 70. If you are with car, better come earlier so you won't have problems with parking.
The place was amazing, really something, that you never had seen before (perhaps). You can choose where you want to walk, how far and how long. We didn't have any plan, no map we just trusted our intuition. So ...
... br> The Benedictine monastery in Broumov belongs to the national cultural heritage of the Czech Republic. In the monastery's refectory there is exposed a copy of the so-called Turin Shroud, which was found in 1999. There was an accompanying document attached to the linen cloth, clearly explaining the whole donating process. Finally the copy was donated to the Monastery of Broumov.
There are about 40 copies all around the world; however, this is a real ...