Apartments Skorepka

Skorepka 354/3, Prague, Bohemia, Praha 1, Czech Republic | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Prague


A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on May 11, 2014

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... so hopefully we have changed enough.

Our first impressions of Prague as we drove in and then walked the street near the hotel was underwhelming. What does everyone go on about in regards to this place. It's old and seems a but rundown with a lot of graffiti.

We met the group for a drink and dinner before heading out on a bus drive up the hill to a monastery on prime real estate where there is an awesome view of the city, followed by a road train trip around the ...

East Is East

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 09, 2013

... a Prague city tour company, it's graffiti'd in their web address. There's something quintessentially eastern European about a Trabant with graffiti on it. I love it. Trabants have come in for a fair amount of stick from the western world and it is fair - they're terrible. But as a cheap means of transport for the Commie masses it did everything it was supposed to. Just the sight of this old dog parked in a backstreet made me know I was going to enjoy Prague.

My heart sank ...

Y.O.P.T. (You Only Prague Twice)

A travel blog entry by rachaelstravels on Jun 29, 2013

... we received a rather stressed message from Kris who had spent the past hour wondering up and down trying to find the hostel. Turns out, all of his travel plans had been cancelled/delayed so he hitchhiked across Europe from Denmark to get here. That's determination Kris; well done!

Lots of touristy things to see and do! Very excited to get sightseeing, but first time for some dins Czech ...

Begin the beginning

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque on Jun 16, 2013


... with the city in the background, was incredible.

We left the restaurant and walked along the river until we reached the Franz Kafka museum. Since Kafka was born and raised in Prague we decided to pay a visit. The museum was small and a little boring. Much of the description was in Czech and not understandable. The staff decided that the lighting should be as dark as his works--which it was, and the only sounds were of a raven cawing ...

Czech'n out Prague

A travel blog entry by -thegrandtour- on Nov 16, 2012

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... Gothic and Baroque styles. From there we walked across the courtyard to St. George's Basilica which is the oldest preserved church in Prague castle and was founded in 920 (things just keep getting older and older here!). Crossing to the other side of the hill to visit the Strahov Monastery, we paused to listen to the world famous chimes at the Loreto tell us it was 15:00 (3pm). At the Strahov Monastery we saw two separate libraries and a cabinet of "curiosities". ...

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