Pension Museum

Mezibranska 15, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | B&B
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A travel blog entry by lishinlondon


... pancakes, crepes and French toast. Best hostel breakfast ever!

When we stepped outside we were greeted with snow, I had completely misjudged the weather assuming it would be the same as it was in the UK, oh how wrong was I. We had prebooked a tour at my insistence to go to Kutna Hora. Cheets was not so keen to go given the nature of what Kutna Hora is but good friend that she is she agreed to come and give it a go all ...


A travel blog entry by mitchpayne


... and checked in separately so they got a different room) and took the chance to just take off and not have to worry about anyone else. I started my walk by going to the Charles Bridge which had a lot of street vendors selling artwork and playing music. Next I ventured up the large hill that overlooks the city and contains Prague castle. It’s not so much a castle but a complex of buildings. Unfortunately I had chosen a Sunday to visit and the main church and it was ...

Ahoj (hello in Czech) from Prague

A travel blog entry by mombeau66


... so the boys jump over the boards. A vast improvement in game 2. Tonight we are enjoying a world party. It is in the court yard of a fancy hotel. The food is wall to wall. Our team has set up a trading station and lots of pretty girls are visiting the booth. Beau has made friends with the German Latvia and Czech teams. Beau made many great trades for a scarf and a few T-shirts. The disco area is crazy and I kept my promise to be scarce. ....kind of. The night ended with a great fireworks ...

The Jewish Quarter

A travel blog entry by avelasco2013


The architecture of this city is amazing. There are examples of so many styles –
Baroque, Renaissance, Classical, Neo-Classical, etc. etc. It is all so beautiful, so striking. Apparently, since Czechoslovakia surrendered to the Nazis during the Second World War just before they invaded, Prague remained relatively intact. There were no mass bombings and air-raids ...

It is still a bit too warm

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque


... Quarter (Josefov in Czech). This is a view of Prague that we had not seen before. This is where the working class lives, shops and works. Instead of tourist shops and restaurants we see grocery stores, clothing stores, barber shops and apartment buildings.
And speaking of shops, we were lucky to find a long sleeve shirt for Judith--to protect her arms from the abundant sun, and a pair of boxers for me--to have something comfortable to wear to bed at ...

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