Apartments Bartolomej

Bartolomejska 3, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | Condo
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Prague (Praha), Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by laurenandjd


... after. Our last day we ate the same breakfast as the day before, packed up our bags, and enjoyed the last few moments of our fancy hotel before the long train ride to Munich. We checked out around noon, and when we got to the main train station several miles away, I realized I still had the key to the hotel room. We figured it was too late to head back, as our train would arrive shortly, so we emailed the hotel staff and mailed it to them the following ...

You are to red, drink water

A travel blog entry by zlyonz


Yesterday we arrived at penultimate hostel in Prague. Only just made it tho, our coach had to do an emergency stop as it tried overtaking on a bend! The hostel It's located a 10/15 minute walk to the centre so the location is great. Unfortunately the hostel isn't! The building is amazing but really run down, the kitchen / lounge is located in the basement and is filthy and damp. Everywhere is grubby and smells of damp, it's such a shame as it ...

Another interesting day

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque


... brick was finally placed in 1929, ending the construction. The final result is one of the most spectacular Gothic cathedrals in the world. I wondered what it would cost to build such a monument today (assuming that the engineers would even allow it. Although the most impressive parts for me were the interior height and the number of colorful stain glass windows, some part of me thinks that if Jesus were to see it, that he would not approve. (end of ...

Fisrt full day in Prague

A travel blog entry by rebecca.walker


... ending at Prague Castle from then on in it was on foot.

We did a lot of walking around the castle and saw most of which it had to offer from the outside with a quick stroll through one of the chapels. Even Oli wasn't too bored. After the castle tour it was outside the walls to get a few panoramic shots of Prague and off down some nice old steps. This stage there were a few starting to struggle as there wasn’t ...

A Trip to Terezin

A travel blog entry by flagg4


Terezin was a Nazi transit camp located about 45 minutes north of Prague. The
town had grown around a fortress built by Emperor Joseph II in 1780 to protect
the Bohemian lands from the Prussians. In February 1942, on the order of
Reinhard Heydrich, Terezin was officially was declared a Jewish settlement. The
Nazis needed a way to handle the transportation of the Jews of Western Europe to


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