Apartmany Svaty Vaclav (Apartments Saint Wenceslas)

Tumova 185/8, Prague, Bohemia, 15000, Czech Republic | Condo
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A travel blog entry by mitchpayne


... was very enthusiastic as he explained and showed us everything that there was to do and see at the hostel. I mean he even explained how the kitchen worked, seriously we are experienced travelers by now! He did give us some cool tips on the city however. We ventured out for a little wonder and bought some supplies from the supermarket such as water. However I made the mistake of buying sparkling water and had to resort to shaking it up constantly to try and remove the fizz! ...

Damn hot 3, insert not funny movie sequel name

A travel blog entry by billhall


... Otherwise known as hot as hell. At present, Frank has drifted off to sleep and I'm sure at some point he'll wake up and we'll continue our conversations.

When I travel, as with anyone else, I do like to see things and sites. But the thing I enjoy the most is encountering people who live where I am traveling. I truly appreciate when they share little things about their culture and lives with me. Yes, I like learning about the places ...

City Night Line + Prague Day 1

A travel blog entry by ramseyandjenna

... or cold shower? Anyway, we were grateful for what we had. Sir Toby’s bar was in the basement. It was a lovely cellar with old world arcs made of large stone and dim lighting. The outdoor terrace was cute and eclectic. The back of the building was covered in full vine and they had an assortment of mini gardens throughout the patio space. Sitting down, I quickly noticed something familiar about all of the tables. They were all antique sewing machine ...

Prague, Thur Jan 3 - Day 34

A travel blog entry by memedfamily


... etc they have big viewing markets and can afford to dub all the American and British shows in the local language.

When you are in countries like the Czek republic they can't afford to pay for the voice-overs so they have subtitles (sometimes not even that) and the English speaking visitor gets to watch the shows he knows and loves with the original voices (in the other countries it can be quite funny watching George Clooney with a French or German ...

When is a Train Ticket not a Train Ticket?

A travel blog entry by andrewclifton


... car.

That wasn't going to help us get to Warsaw.

He processed a refund for us (less a 10% refund fee - minimal cost based on the "ticket" price) on the useless reservation and then booked us a 2 bed compartment on the same train. The only thing we aren't sure of is whether we are in the same 2 bed compartment given the assigned bed numbers have a degree of separation although not the end of the world now that we will actually be able ...



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