Apartmany Svaty Vaclav (Apartments Saint Wenceslas)

Tumova 185/8, Prague, Bohemia, 15000, Czech Republic | Condo
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My tango embraces

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova


... and I know that in few years I may look at the whole tango experience in different eyes.But now,I am 29 years old,single and I have just experienced the best time of my life. I opened myself to the unknown world.Well,world which was unknown to me yet I knew I was searching for it all this time,all those years. I felt very privileged to be able to live my dream. When I went to my first milonga,nervous,my heart beating,I was baptised by the real ...

Perceptions of Prague Part One

A travel blog entry by kate.till


... minimal tourists. We began our evening at the White Whale, a quaint pub near downtown, but not close enough to be touristy or expensive. I still haven't found an affinity for beer, even Czech beer, so the actual "pub" part was wasted on me.

From there, we walked downtown to tour some of the pubs and see several works of art. One that I was most impressed with was The Memorial to the Victims of Communism by Czech sculptor Olbram Zoubek ...

Michelin Star Experience, Castles and More

A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma


... wine (after having just had red) with this chicken dish. The beautifully cooked chicken was served with two burnt egg yolks. Not quite sure how they did it but basically it was a spherical egg yolk (no white) which as soon as you tapped it broke into beautiful delicious runny-ness! The puree was topped with tiny little crisps made out of sweetened cornflakes! 13 - Course ten: Wagyu Beef, chanterelles, juniper and ginger served with Imperial Red 2007. Needless to say, we opted ...

Patsy's Baltic travel blog

A travel blog entry by patsy.wecker


... like a fairy tale city that just gets better with every turn you take. Today we crossed the Charles Bridge and climbed the multitude of steps up to Prague Castle which overlooks the profusion of terracotta roof tops and Baroque buildings below and descended via the cobblestoned path that lead to the park by the river. Keith had filed most of his knees away by that point so was almost nanus and lost among the throngs of school kids that were on excursion today!

Oh, the Places You'll Go!

A travel blog entry by sinaicota


... and Champs Elysees, The Louvre, The Love Lock Bridge, and several other locations.

After my tour I decided to head to the Arch de Triumph for a closer look and better pictures. As I made my way there I began seeing lots of protestors with pink flags, which didn’t look too threatening. Policemen ran into the streets out of nowhere and formed a human wall and sure enough I got stuck on the side with the protesters, but one of the cops saw the expression on my face ...



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