Apartmany Svaty Vaclav (Apartments Saint Wenceslas)

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


... tomorrow. He has done an excellent job of keeping us organized, navigating each new city and subway system, and getting us to our destinations on time without getting lost!! Tonight it's out for dinner and drinks, toasting our last night in Europe. It has been a fantastic, memorable trip. But, the time has come to go home and we can't wait to get there!! Thanks so much to Jim and Sandy for looking after the cats and ...

Prague - Day Two

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... was finished. Before hopping off the bus again, our guide mentioned In Prague alone there are approximately 150 religious buildings. In the 2011 Czech census, 80% of the people identified themselves as atheist. Now most churches no longer hold any kind of service and in fact, to see the interior, you must pay an entrance fee! No congregation, no funds, no services… He said this isn’t necessarily due ...

The city of dreams and my run through its sewers

A travel blog entry by imrannaser

... I mean they were constantly a minute away from us and they even have their radios beeping **** while I was swinging my canon as my ran through random alleys) Realizing that my time in this world was almost up, I almost started giving up and deciding to stop and turn myself in and try to reason with them...but Charles came up with the most bizarre and genius idea ever.C: You know...we can either run all night like this and eventually they are gonna catch us ...

From Paris to Prague - Bohemian Rhapsody Begins

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe


... Rushed to the Old Town, I was mesmerised by the cobble-stoned streets, the vast open plaza surrounded by colourful art noveou, baroque and gothic style buildings. It's like a fairytale setting. Crossed the bridge to the other side of the river... the sun was setting leaving an afterglow blush of indigo on the east. West was a golden explosion through the clouds. All made a dramatic effect on the castles, the bridge, the ...

The land that vowels and vegetables forgot

A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013


... as the local madwoman tried to proposition him at the tram stop. Look out Lizzie!

Czeched out of the hostel early morning and bussed it to ye olde medieval town of Cesky Krumlov just before lunch. Instantly felt right at home at the hostel, which had about 400 years worth of charm and about 6 guests. Good ratio. Went for a coffee with two of our fellow Busabout guests, then strolled around enjoying the sunshine before finding some vegetables (!) ...



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