Hana's Bed & Breakfast

Address: Starodejvicka 1898/6, Prague, 160 00, Czech Republic | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague Day 4

A travel blog entry by myxr80254 on Oct 16, 2015

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... to walk along Kampa Island. 120Kr plus 2 Euros for 4 to go to toilet. Decided to split for lunch. Amanda & I found nice cafe & had panini rolls and Czech beer for lunch...nice. Started raining late afternoon & turned cold. Walked through Jewish qtr, past Jewish Cemetery then to St Agnes Church. Dinner at same restaurant from 1st night...Amanda ra bout her very tender steak. Bed early for early morning train to ...

Prague Blog

A travel blog entry by kngrayson on Jul 03, 2015

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... mislead and given a lot of false information about the pub crawl, so it turned out to be something we didn't really want to do. Needless to say, it turned into us going back to the hotel a little bit earlier than we originally planned.

Sunday we slept in and checked out of our hotel. After gathering our belongings and putting them in the ŠKODA wagon again, we headed back to Germany. After about an hour and fifteen minutes of driving, we stopped for lunch at ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by kimjeffrey on Jun 01, 2015

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Today we went on a Segway tour. What a blast and how great it would be to have one to get around the shops! After meeting Andrew, our tour guide, who was quite funny and entertaining, we set off around the Old City. We zig zagged in and our of people walking along the footpath trying to miss the other tourists and over the bridge to the Lesser Town. We traversed around the cobblestoned streets and up a very steep hill to Prague Castle where we ...

Czech Us Out!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 06, 2014

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... him to protect the citizens of Prague. The Old-New Synagogue is near the old Jewish cemetery, which for centuries was the only place that Jewish people were allowed to bury their dead. After asking for permission to more land twice and being denied twice, the Jewish people of Prague were forced to bury their deceased loved ones in unholy and terrible conditions: on top of other coffins. We could only the cemetery from a distance today, but we will see it better when ...

Terezin ceremony and The Golden Lane

A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 19, 2014

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As we were leaving, the sun was shining, and the moon was over the camp of Terezin, as if to say: "Even though they are trying to make the camp area have a sense of beauty, there will always be a darkness over the place where so many died."