Brno Down The House
Trip Start Aug 22, 2005
41Trip End Oct 31, 2005
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We had a brief meander whilst here for a few hours around this big town and visited one of the more gruesome places we've been on our travels. The Cappucin Monastery was sadly lacking hot beverages on offer from a coffee shop, but did have a crypt containing dessicated remains of various benefactors of the monastery, plus a few monks - one of whom was still holding his rosary!
Just around the corner was the Cabbage Market, which was full of cheap local produce considering the high levels of interbreeding that take place in the area. Mullets were extra.
The further you get from Prague, the better the mullets become and the closer the eyes get together. The lack of deodorant also increases as does the number of Skoda's. Are these things related? The people certainly are, jusging by the look of them. Still, they get by, don't they - aren't they brave?
Leaving the Czech Republic now and onto its former partner and now neighbour, Slovakia.