B & B Anna

Butovicka 25/2003, Prague, Bohemia, 15800, Czech Republic | B&B
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Erica & Sam Pounding the Pavement in Prague

A travel blog entry by mauveme


... both sets, posted for less than the first shop "D PRICE" including postage! So shop around - if you have the time of course.

Ok, back to our blog!
After the walking tour we went back into town to do our own thing - if you haven't read my last blog and are wondering why I am now writing "WE" well, catch up!!!

We tried to go to the "DOX" Art Museum (that was Sunday). We knew what tram to catch but it didn't arrive after 1/2 hr of waiting - Sunday ...

Nighttime in Prague

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel


After another short rainstorm, we planned to go to the city center and have dinner on the river. The restaurant was fully booked, and the weather started to threaten again, so we walked to McDonalds. Not a bad dinner, they have a McCafe, with fancy pastries and cappuccino. Walked back to the hotel, and up to the Sky lounge. Beautiful view of ...

A Must See on Any Prague Visit!

A travel blog entry by travelforfun


... carriage rides, and entertainment in the square. Human statues dressed and made up encourage you to have your picture taken with them. I prefer to be the person behind the camera, and remember an experience I had in Rome, where taking a picture with the Gladiators at Trevi Fountain resulted in a payment of monies. So much for charging as the photographer. LOL..I ...

Czeching Out Prague

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian


... a completely different town. Shops are situated up and down hilly, cobblestone streets, and a large staircase leading up the hill empties out right next to the Kancelář prezidenta republiky (or, the office of the president--the place that stood in for the Kremlin in M:I-Ghost Protocol). Just beyond this building is the absolutely massive St. Vitus Cathedral, a Gothic structure dating back to 1344 that is all gargoyles and flying buttresses.

For dinner ...

Czech Delight

A travel blog entry by krolf

... let it be (Malta's national embassy sits on the other side of the wall). As we got the scoop on why this wall was rather dense with spray paint and other markings, our tour guide handed us permanent markers to add our own touch. For those of you making a visit, look for my name!

Our next stop on the wooded side of the river was the Charles Bridge. While we didn't ride or walk over it (yet), we did get the history behind it since we were right next to the infamous ...

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