Apartments Ericsson Palace

Karlova 27, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Condo
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Chakra Roots

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney

... Courtney getting a chance to experience this wonderful city.
In the morning we had one of our favorite hostel breakfasts. We hung out in the room for awhile preparing for our day out on the town. We had seen a local bar that was serving cheap rum and cokes. We decided to start our day off with some drinks. We made it to this fine establishment and posted up to the bar. We quickly ordered two rum shots and a bottle of coke. Looking around this place, you could really tell ...

This is amazing! :D

A travel blog entry by maggiekr


... we picked up our luggage and met Maike and Z. Maike is originally from Germany but works for the Prague program and Z is a native Czech who works for AIFS. Maike is very nice, but Z is so enthusiastic about showing us his culture that he gives me energy. He is a sweet old man and I wish that I can talk to him a lot throughout the semester.
We took a bus from the airport to our dorm in Prague. There is a lot of roadwork in ...

Day 2 in Praha (Prague)

A travel blog entry by annashakes


... a couple from Vancouver and brothers from "Cincinnati" aka San Jose (that's a little inside joke). It was a great time. We got back to the STINKIEST hostel room ever! Trying to hold our breath AND not get exposed to any 'parts' (Anna's quote "we do NOT want to see your penis!) from the naked British guy sleeping under Katie, we manage to almost fall asleep between the earthshaking ...

Prague Blog

A travel blog entry by kbarnes


... Hradcany--the Castle District.

The Charles Bridge is famous for the many statues of saints that embellish the bridge along its length. It is the link between the left bank of the Vltava River and Old Town on the opposite side. There used to be a tram on the bridge but it was pedestrianized in 1950. As we walked across the bridge, it was congested with tourists and vendors selling those things tourists love to ...


A travel blog entry by nikkiandgrant12

... provided and we travelled to the very old Marx cemetery ( Mozart is also buried there).... A wreath was placed on the grave of Alexandro's Ipsilandis who was a famous resistance fighter against the Turks in 1821....and more patriotic songs and speeches were offered in honour of the was very moving to see Nikki singing her national anthemn....she does not get the opportunity very often and it was a very special day. We went to the Vienna ...

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