HG Sportcamp Troja

Vodacka 136/n, Prague, Bohemia, 17000, Czech Republic | Campground
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Czech Republic - Prague

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre


... the deer moat, plus many stories, statues and so on. The weather was terrible so we spent a lot of time breaking rather than seeing. After the tour we headed back to our accommodation to warm up and have dinner, then we went back into town to see the town square lit up at night time. The old town square is so beautiful at night, street performers everywhere, it was so lovely just sitting and admiring. Sunday 4th - big sleep in this morning, as we have a sick Bre. ...

The city of dreams and my run through its sewers

A travel blog entry by imrannaser

... lunch here is when the funny things started. When I say funny, I mean twerking in the middle of a Parliament choir performance, kissing japanese dogs along and trying to flash the national guard along with other looneyness. Needless to say, the Americans had a sense of humor and it was making my day.Anyways, now that evening was coming along, I should go ahead and admit, if you are one of the many people that are soft on breaking rules, now is the time to ...

The Jewish Quarter

A travel blog entry by txherrins


... of Avigdor Kara and is dated 1439. We walk along Maiselova Street to reach the Old Town Square where we visit the Old-New Synagogue...built in early Gothic style around the middle of the 13th century. It is the oldest landmark of the Jewish Town in Prague and one of the oldest surviving synagogues in Europe. It has been the main synagogue of ...

Prague - A Lesson in Bohemian History

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe


... hours, star signs and phases of the moon. It's been running precisely fo 400 yrs. An amazing piece of engineering!

Wenceslas Square -- heart of Prague --- where they had the Velvet Revolution (aside from ofther events in history). Whilst it ended communist rule, it left behind an ongoing paranoia on the psyche of this nation.

Kafka statue next to this Moorish cathedral. Touched the statue's shoe for luck. As the guide suggested. ...


A travel blog entry by mikepsilve

... sand art that was projected to screens all over the arena so that was cool. I met a Dutch photographer and talked to him for a while too. It ended up being a ton of fun. As we left, the light of day blinded us. We were handed a beer at the exit at 6 am that said sensation on it and were handed a ton of after party flyers. Those were the last two things I wanted right then. We took the subway back to our hostel and passed out for 3 hours. We needed it bad. It was a good ...


This campground, located on Vodacka 136/n, Prague, is near Prague Zoo (Zoo Praha), Krizikova Fontana, Botanical Gardens, and Troja Castle.
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