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Melantrichova 12/472, Prague, Bohemia, 110-00, Czech Republic | Condo
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A travel blog entry by stazz on Oct 18, 2013

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... We even talked about our families and we unfortunately had some things in common with our fathers having cancer. His mother past away before this with cancer as well. So, it was nice to talk to someone who understood me and didn't pity me. That being said i took another tour with him right after the free one ended!!! It was good for me so i could kill time to watch the light show in Prague that night!! These people love their ...

East Is East

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 09, 2013

... br> As usual with me I got to the bus stop in Vienna way too early and spent well over an hour brushing ants off of myself and my bags. I've recently discovered the Student Agency bus company. Contrary to the name, they don't just transport students (hey, it's a confusing name, alright?). Best thing is you get a free cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate. Also, the girls working on the bus are fit. They're eastern European, so it's kind of a given.

Another bus journey, ...

Prague; Praha, my favorite city!

A travel blog entry by reenashah on Jul 06, 2013

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... decided to grab lunch. During lunch, we talked about the previous night and how I was just disappointed in some people's behavior. But after that was all over with, we went to the Charles Bridge and the John Lennon Wall. So from the Bridge you can see the water and the different palaces. Absolutely gorgeous. We head the the Wall since we bought spray paint and wanted to leave a piece of us in Prague. As I was spray painting the wall, Ankur and Saloni came up to me and surprised ...

Begin the beginning

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque on Jun 16, 2013

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... downstairs for our first breakfast in Prague. Two young ladies waited on us and prepared a filling breakfast of scrambled eggs with bacon, toast, yogurt and finally a good cup of coffee. After breakfast one of the ladies, Marketa gave us a map and explained how to get around. It is a compliment to the management that the staff is so helpful--and they speak English.

It is with full stomachs that we take off for our first destination--the ...

Czech'n out Prague

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

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... built and also served as the burial society (Jews could not be buried outside of the ghetto, so most grave sites at the cemeteries are 10 bodies deep). The Klausen also had a Jewish cultural museum inside, so we learned abput various holidays, customs, traditions etc.. From the Jewish quarter we popped over to the museum of decorative arts which housed everything from Bohemian glass and 19th century clothing to a modern exhibition on Spanish design. Part of ...

 

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