Kemp Dzban

5 Nad Lavkou, Prague, Bohemia, 160 00, Czech Republic | Campground

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Death by Defenestration and Dumplings

A travel blog entry by tonezf


... to pay their fines immediately.

He does a thorough job of giving us the facts but we miss the jolly banter our previous guides provided and we are a little rushed. We see the main buildings such as the Powder Tower, Charles university, the Jewish quarter, old town, astronomical clock and a few statues. I don't take in all of the history although it is interesting. Some of the interesting points:

*in the past people left ...

Bye Bye Bohemia - Regensburg & Prague then Home

A travel blog entry by marybc


... avoid (our group chipped in enough tip money to pay his fine). The drive to our first stop, Prague Castle, took us along more seedy roads before crossing the bridge for the long drive to the top of the hill. The twisty road took us past some very expensive houses that were right next to boarded up and abandoned homes that looked like they could never be repaired. Turns out that after the Velvet Revolution (when the Russians left) property confiscated by ...


A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... many job opportunities and not enough time. And I felt so bad about letting the other schools down, but after talking to a few of my friends and family, I kind of understood that this sort of thing happens all the time with jobs and it's just the way it is. So I had the dilemma of full time work in a small city or causal work in a big city. And I also had the problem of the lease I had signed, if I made that decision I would have to commute everyday, at least for a ...

Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by rainyfly


... top of the rise and descended to where we waited. Ok, so not your usual hotel. Our room was huge and luxuriously appointed. It even had a Nespresso machine and a balcony. The restaurant overflowed onto a terrace that included a 'grill' (read barbecue) and two portable smoking ovens. The staff were attentive and professional and the food was amazing! We looked out from our eyrie to a view of Prague that was mesmerising both by day and ...

Our Day in Court

A travel blog entry by rotarygse


... panel to address this cultural difference. The intersection between gender and cultural issues—fascinating stuff!

Like all of the Czech and Slovak women we’ve met, Hana is extremely accomplished, having spent about a decade as a prosecutor and now twenty years as a judge. Hana puts the 'H’ in Honorable. We are beginning to think the Czech Republic must have its own Lake Wobegon where all the women are strong. Thank you Hana! ...

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