Travel Blogs from Prague, Czech Republic

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Week 8. Of sad departures and embassy woes., Prague, Nymburk (week) / Northern Moravia (weekend), Czech Republic travel blog

Week 8. Of sad departures and embassy woes.

A travel blog entry by bermudez

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... Janacek the composer was born-, Stramberk and Helfsteijn), and a couple of towns, Roznov and Pribor(Freud's birthplace, yes he's Czech, I couldn't believe it either).  Then I returned and the party hasn't stopped. We've been out Sunday, Monday ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by clairebrenton

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Tonight marks our last night in Prague. For something a little different Brenton and I went to a classical music concert (Mozart, Vivaldi...) in the Rudolfinum a neo-Renaissance building built in the 19th century. All up I think I recognised 2 songs, the ...

Secret Agent Man, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Secret Agent Man

A travel blog entry by daniellrezende

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... the name of whatever we ordered. It was some delicious pork with an amazingly tasty sauce made out of cheese of some city in Czech Republic I can't recall right now. In fact, I can't even recall the name of the beer, which wasn't that complicated ...

After my flight being cancelled for 2 ..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

After my flight being cancelled for 2 ...

A travel blog entry by hipbaker

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... mail. I guess that should serve as some form of foreshadowing and a testament to the incredible time that I'm having in Praha, Czech Republic. I figure instead of boring you with my daily routine and such, I'm going to break this up into different aspects ...

Site Seeing and Cafe Mozart!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Site Seeing and Cafe Mozart!

A travel blog entry by travelforfun

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... money, hence, they were able to buy food for their families."  Denise and I were able to get some great shots of Prague.  After climbing up, what felt like, so many steps to observatories and towers, I opted not to climb up the observation ...

London to Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

London to Prague

A travel blog entry by jo_and_kenny

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... ; German trucking magazine in the next few weeks keep your eyes peeled.   Update coming into Prague Our driver Ian took out a Czech border sign whilst reversing and almost created an international incident. We spent over 2 hours waiting ...

Part II begins..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Part II begins...

A travel blog entry by mira

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... around 1942) when the Jews were living in the ghetto, shortly before they got shipped to Terezen, a concentration camp close to Prague. It was a very disturbing exhibit... listing 3 dates for each painting. Eg. birthdate 1934, date of drawing 1942, ...

Don't steal or u 2 could be a tourist attraction, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Don't steal or u 2 could be a tourist attraction

A travel blog entry by nstarkey77

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... from the bottom of the stairs to the castle.. like 5000 steps..no about 300 but I tell you.. hard work.. then the view made up for the pain.. stunning.. What more can I say.. Prague has it all.. scenery.. culture.. food.. beer.. ...

Czech people are not Prague-matic, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech people are not Prague-matic

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... all around Prague. For example, the babies climbing up the Zizkov Television Tower, and the two men urinating on a bronze Czech Republic. The Jewish Quarter was very interesting, and we saw the oldest active Synagogue in Europe called the Old New ...

Prague by Segway, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague by Segway

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

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... all by using kidney beans in their refried beans rather than pinto beans.             Prague is a lovely, beautiful city.  We’ve been here a week and it is not enough time.  I hope to ...

Czech yourself before you wreck yourself, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech yourself before you wreck yourself

A travel blog entry by ninedeuce

Let me start this off by saying that there are a lot of people in Czech Republic with mullets. I can't decide what I think about this place. Everyone seems to think it's the greatest city ever but that's probably just because it's so cheap. There were ...

It's time to go home!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

It's time to go home!

A travel blog entry by bobdebstrat

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... with our tour guide Michaela.  She has been outstanding these 2 days and given us much information about the history of Prague and also about life before and after communism.  She was 16 when communism ended so has many examples of the changes ...

Off to Prague!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Off to Prague!

A travel blog entry by janderson97

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Flew this morning from Amsterdam to ...

FPAGDFT, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

FPAGDFT

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise

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... Romanesque Palace and Cathedral to the Rennaissance Spanish Hall. We were beyond gasps now, forced only to mutter "F***ing Prage. A God **** Fairy Tale", our sarcasm humbled by red roofs, the echoes of a Czech Shakespearean amphitheater performance, the ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by constantinople

... I met a couple of Irish guys who were travelling to Prague just to watch a football game... as soon as we entered the Czech republic the scenery immediately changed. From the flat German plains to a pretty river valley leading all the way to Prague. ...

Czech it out..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech it out...

A travel blog entry by markcreery

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... the beer and wine.  The guests of honour gave a nice speech about their life and having to leave the Czech Republic during communist times for Germany, and the hardship of being separated from friends and family.  It was interesting ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by jtpharr

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Sun on a Sunday, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Sun on a Sunday

A travel blog entry by timscott23

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... he had seen. For lunch we spoilt ourselves by dining in the Palace Cafe terrace, which has the most glorious outlook towards Prague city and the river.  The temperature was crisp but pleasant and we tested out some Czech cuisine - including a cabbage ...

Praha, Praha, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha

A travel blog entry by gustn

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A ...

Enjoying Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Enjoying Prague

A travel blog entry by annalisamurray

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... St. George (Bazilika Sv Jiri), established in the 10th century by the father of St. Wenceslas.  This basilica is allegedly the Czech Republic’s best-preserved Romanesque structure.  It is a great little place, and inside is the tomb of St. ...

Ghost Walk, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Ghost Walk

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

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... .  We were the only ones on the tour and our guide was Assam, a young girl from Kazakhstan, who had lived in Prague for 7 years.  She started our tour with showing us photos with what I would have considered photos taken with a dirty lens.  ...

City of Saints, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

City of Saints

A travel blog entry by astralissophia

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... Museum). We didn't even go inside once we got there!! Turns out, it houses primarily geological things, like minerals of the Czech Republic, etc, not stuff that my family is into. Thankfully it wasn't a wasted effort because the Muzeum was only a 15 ...

My love/hate relationship with Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

My love/hate relationship with Prague

A travel blog entry by vdevai

... - can write your name while they do their thing if you sms the company which commissioned the artwork. We also saw Prague's narrowest street which has a pedestrian traffic light indicating which direction you can walk in. We also took a stroll ...

Backpacking Adventures, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Backpacking Adventures

A travel blog entry by abbyjames

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... halfway across the world to share a room with three others from melbourne. We spent the next few days wondering the streets of Prague, what an amazing city...we just speant hours walking the streets. We then made our way to Cesky Krumlov which is a ...

City of a thousand spires., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

City of a thousand spires.

A travel blog entry by roamingrob

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... Powder Tower and Museum of Communism - excellent displays on life under communism, communist propaganda, the Stalin Monument in Prague, the Velvet Revolution and Vaclev Havel’s involvement and a harrowing display of photos and truth from North ...

Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague Castle

A travel blog entry by angela_louise

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We decided to go and visit the castle that can be seen from anywhere in Prague. It is the residence of the president of th Czech Republic. Firstly we had to climb a very large number of stairs in order to reach it. We arrived in the square in front of the ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by jpandshaz

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... The church has been adorned with some of the bones of 40,000 people who were buried there! Sounds creepy, but fascinating. Prague has been wonderful. The hype is justified. Seemingly every building is worth stopping to take a photo. Yesterday morning ...

Praha... Prague... Praga, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha... Prague... Praga

A travel blog entry by timbertime

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Time for a little updating... just returned from Prague... stayed 3 nights and 4 days... what a loco trip it was! just imagine the first night you stay in a foreign city and lose the one friend you came with... till 4am... i walked the streets in tears... ...

Prague, {rague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by jearner

... a train from dresden to prague and the train broke down about 1 hour into the trip. At the border of germany and the czech republic the german crew debarks the train and a bunch of czechs take over. Immediately after that the train breaks down in what ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by freyr

The bus leg from Dresden to Prague was not too bad. From the first sights I had of Prague it was like traveling back in time. It is a very old city and quite spectacular in its own right but has a bit of an olde world feel about it. I caught yet another ...

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