Pension Sparta

Address: Ustecka 153/69, Prague, 184 00, Czech Republic | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Dolní Chabry area of Prague, is near Prague Zoo (Zoo Praha), Castle District (Hradcany), Krizikova Fontana, and Botanical Gardens.
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        Travel Blogs from Prague

        Getting into town and back, eventually

        A travel blog entry by lashez on Sep 21, 2015

        ... 2 most underwhelming tourist attraction. It has puppets that spun around and the rooster crowed but was nothing special. We went at 3pm and there was a large crows gathered, I don't know if one does every hour. By now we both wanted to go home and were close to tram 24 so walked towards the stop. But for some reason the tram wasn't coming to this stop now and had been crossed out. So we walked down the street, hoping the next stop would have our tram. And it did. ...

        Česká out úžasné věci, které jsme dělali dnes !

        A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Dec 18, 2014

        ... was then spent exploring Prague, which is a fascinatingly old city and so very different to Australia in every possible way. The language is weird, and there are no cents in their currency, so the coins start at 1 crown and go up to 50 crown, and the notes start at 100 crown and go up to 5000 crown. Even though 100 crown is worth about €5, when five of us spent 2140 crown all up on dinner we did feel awesome for half a second knowing we'd just spent over ...


        A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Dec 17, 2014

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        ... just below the Castle district on the other side of the Vltava River and then back to the old town which is on the side we are staying. Helen was a mine of information about the city and full of interesting stories. One of the most interesting parts of the old town is the Jewish quarter which houses 6 synagogues (not all being used as such now, a number are museums, and collectively the synagogues, the Jewish cemetery and the Jewish ceremonial ...

        Prague by foot, bus & boat

        A travel blog entry by ssigmon on Sep 09, 2014

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        ... walking on his bad knee but he kept up without saying a word. Of course I had told him it was world famous for being a "smooching" bridge. So we had to stop & do a little of that.;) After a very nice dinner on the Malay Strana side of the river, we headed back to the Old Town Square where we once more missed the chiming of the clock. So we consoled ourselves with Hagen Daas before coming back to our lovely hotel. I love this city--I think Jim is feeling its charm ...

        Street Food and Beer

        A travel blog entry by massimino on Aug 18, 2014

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        ... the plane. We fell for about a minute or longer before the chute opened and then it was smooth sailing until we came in for our perfect landing. Once we were back on solid ground, we spent the rest of the day eating more street food, checking out the Prague Castle, Charles Bridge once more and ended the day at the oldest bar in Prague, called U Fleku, serving up the same beer recipe sine ...