Pension Vetrnik

Address: U Vetrniku 40, Prague, Czech Republic | B&B
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      Love'n Prague

      A travel blog entry by travels_with_jk on Oct 26, 2014

      7 comments, 21 photos

      ... below, the Prague Castle is a magical sight and we were all equally excited to see this top attraction. After walking up numerous steps to the entrance of the castle grounds at the top of the hill we started off with a tour of St. Vitus Cathedral, which is Prague's main church. I've seen many churches throughout my travels but I'd have to say this one by far tops them all in terms of the history it contains, it's massive size and how beautiful and ornate the church ...


      A travel blog entry by katykerr on Jul 31, 2014

      15 photos

      ... tour of the city, which was great, the guide was super informative, and had a great sense of humour. He was telling us about how the city streets have been altered to be 3 metres higher than they were due to the fact that back in the old days Prague would flood at least once month! It also appears that when Prague people were ****** off with one another their solution was to push a person out the window? Weird? And there was this amazing clock that was ...


      A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 22, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... So that is what we went with. It also included a river cruise, a variety of tours, such as Prague Castle and the Jewish Quarter, and was valid for 48 hours. Today we did the basic circuit and tomorrow will do the other 3. Obviously buses can't get into the city centre so we were walked the 1.5 km by a guide who then told us the interesting things about the Old Town. He also told us where to, and not to eat, the cheapest places to buy ...

      Day Two: Slavs and Hapsburgs and Jan Hus : Oh my !

      A travel blog entry by kgraney on May 21, 2014

      11 photos

      ... Alena is an activist from the Czech dissident movement in the late Soviet era, though as she rightly reminded us, the dissidents were not the "rebels" -- it was the Communists with their destruction of the Czech past that were the real "dissenters from civilization". Barbara Day is a British specialist on Czech history and theater who has written extensively about the "underground university" that flourished in the 1980s in spite ...

      Pretty Much Perfect Prague

      A travel blog entry by gaplyf on Dec 16, 2013

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... however the saints in heaven were not sure if it opened anymore and it appeared they were right. As we searched high and low for two hours but we were left sorely dissapointed when we headed home, with our disco shoes not getting a dance. Monday was designated Lauras earn respect day from the disater of Modling which is now known as the day of mourning, as she planned a trip to Kunta Hora. Specifically we headed out by train for about an hour to see the famous ...