On Saturday my girlfriend, me and 3 friends decided to go for a day trip.
It snowed slightly in the days before, so everything was covered but not to thick, we could easily hike in the hills without special footwear.
The area is called Kokorinsko, and lies north of Prague.
After a few minutes on the trail we passed a old open air theater which as already in ruins for at least 40 years or so according to a local. Just above the brick wall you see the remains of the old seats, and the pillars in front used to carry the platform. Below the platform was the place where the people could prepare for their performance.
The landscape was quite the same, no steep declines or inclines. The lady in the green jacket was although she dressed in 4 layers, still cold, so as a real gentlemen I gave her my green jacket, and that seemed to be enough to keep her warm the rest of the trip 🙂
A short part of the path was carved out in the sand stone rocks, it must have been pretty hard work to do all that… My guess it would be was done long long time ago, and the carved out rocks where used for the houses and strongholds in that area.
And from this point on we walked back a different route, back to the village where we had a nice but very strong garlic soup, a couple of beers, and some typical Czech food called goulash with dumplings.