Pension Kern

Jinonicka 50, Prague, Bohemia, 15000, Czech Republic | 3 star b&b
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    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jun 15, 2014

    39 photos

    ... performers doing covers of contemporary classics...Gershwin, Webber, Bernstein, etc. A pianist accompanied a sax player and an opera singer. Again, the venue was the star and with only twenty people in attendance, it was a very intimate performance.

    That evening we picked up sandwiches and a bottle of wine and had a picnic on the side of the river at sunset...tomorrow we head to Munich.


    Amazing Prague

    A travel blog entry by canningt on Apr 24, 2014

    2 photos

    ... occupation through assistance from corporations. The captions at the bottom of the window show the title and creator of the window, and the name of the sponsor - and of course the sponsoring enterprise name is twice the size of any other info. As we were walking back to meet the bus, Gabriella asked which cities we had seen on our trip and someone said we had started in Budapest and then through Vienna, etc. She asked if we had ...

    Chakra Roots

    A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Nov 20, 2013

    ... for about two hours or so. It was a huge complex, but had been really ruined to a large fire back in the 1700's. Everything that was wooden had burned, so all that was remaining was the stone walls, which were still very much intact. You could really feel that grand scale of this castle and what it meant throughout history to many people. It was the center of power for most of the region and the lands surrounding it. One of the Khans from Mongolia even came here with his army ...


    A travel blog entry by m.eileen0128 on Sep 22, 2013

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... behind the Iron Curtain is mind-boggling. When you think about it in that respect the overall attitude of the Czechs makes much more sense. They, as a general rule, aren't a very openly emotional people (would you blame them when they had to be careful of anyone, even family, as they could be an informant?). We were told Americans are typically easily pointed out because we're so smiley for a majority of the time. And that smiling at ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jul 12, 2013

    ... complete with drawings of myself snorkeling - I'd once sent her. For a moment, we stood beside the tramway with our arms around each other, amidst the golden lights and darkness of Prague.

    Two days after I tried to kiss Maja, we woke up - one of us outside, the other inside - a cottage upon a pine hill in the western Czech Republic. We weren't really talking to each other at this point. At least, ...