Residence 4 B&B

Umelecka 4, Prague, 17000, Czech Republic | B&B
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A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jun 15, 2014

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... utilizing people power, skim back and forth like water bugs. It was a very nice first evening in Prague.

The next day we enjoy the small breakfast buffet at U Tri Bubnu. Breakfast in Europe is usually a variety of bread and baked goods, complemented by lunch meat, cheeses, spreads and cereals. Occasionally there are soft boiled eggs and at more expansive buffets, scrambled eggs. It really isn't a problem to fill up on what is ...

Je to hesky? To je czechy!

A travel blog entry by bmenke on Feb 15, 2014

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... go. He does and he deserts to be a gypsy with Carmen' s band. The soldier's mother gets sick so he leaves to see her. Carmen falls in love with a matador (bull fighter) when the soldier comes back for her she refuses him. Soldier gets mad and kills her. The end. Sad plot but the set, costumes and music made me a fan.
We walked 7 miles each day just to get to and from our hostel Plus whatever walking we did while we were out. Needless to say my legs look ...

Chakra Roots

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Nov 20, 2013

... over to the Central Market. We sampled a couple local delights including a massive langos. We walked back to the Octagon later and found the train station. There we bought a ticket for the next day to the city of Kosice in Slovakia. We continued on to the West End shopping complex, where Courtney searched for some boots with a little fur on them to wear around Europe, she was unsuccessful. Our next plan was to make it for another free walking tour. This time we did the Jewish ...

Prague - Day Two

A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Sep 19, 2013

2 comments, 22 photos

... bus location and off we went to Prague Castle which is the largest castle complex in the world. On the way, Tomas, our guide (a theology and history major at Charles University), gave us a quick run-down on the Czech Kings and the Hapsburg empire. My sixth
grade history teacher would be proud that I was finally paying attention to what the Hapsburgs were doing! King Wenceslas (of the Christmas Carol) is ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jul 12, 2013

My quest to have a non-monogamous connection with a girl led me from the weddings of Baltimore to the fairy-tale castles and theatres and bridges of Prague.
It led me specifically to a public square beneath a dark Gothic church. At 11:30 a.m. on July 1st, I attempted to kiss a girl named Maja (pronounced: "Maya").
But, would she let me?

A month before I tried to kiss her, she'd asked me ...