City Centre Apartments

Dusni 11, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | Condo
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A travel blog entry by mattymcv


... the fact that it has been in 6 different countries in 60 years says it all. That night we hit up a place where a few of my mates had advised me to head to. So we went along to The Pub. The Pub is a chain through Europe that is one of the best set ups I've seen, pour your own beer and order your food without leaving your seat. How can you go wrong? Well that's easily answered. Invite Bulldog down for a few froths. Lucky he brought Jake along and saved himself. It was ...

Michelin Star Experience, Castles and More

A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma


... Rose. This was a stunning combination of flavours. The lard was delicious and was sliced so thinly it was almost transparent across the top of the dish - it had a really smoky flavour. The dish was topped with a dried onion and apple dust and served with grilled and baked onions on a bed of shallots. 7 - Course four: Prague ham, potato skulbanky, lovage and kefir served with Vermintino Mavriana 2011. We weren't quite sure what we were in for with this one. This was ...

Always on the go.

A travel blog entry by findeuphoria


... bar, and I had so much fun. Even our professor came with us after almost a week or two of begging her to go to karaoke with us. We had the whole place to ourselves and they had a pretty good selection of music, and after some of us took shots and started drinking it started to get really interesting to say the least. I haven't laughed as hard as I did last night in a long time. The highlight moment was when Tania, Victoria, and ...

Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by sally.kohler1


... even got to test out the bratwurst and saukraut at a Bratwurst Haus. Yummo!!! After a great lunchtime stop, we headed for the Czech border. Sal's bottle of water cost 27,00 Korun, so she handed over her first 100 note and got 2 little brown coins in return. In Aussie speak, this equated to - $6 AUD = 100 Korun. It's like playing with Monopoly money - so much fun!
We arrived in sunny Prague to get ready for our historic Czech tram ride to ...

Last Day in Prague

A travel blog entry by ozray


... the other side we went into the Kepler Museum. Kepler was an astronomer who came up with the discovery that the planets revolve around the sun in an elliptical orbit plus he came up with 3 laws that govern these orbits. Very interesting information but the museum only consisted of one small room with information to read and a few visual things to illustrate the theories. Definitely not a must see thing to do in Prague unless you’re really into astronomy, but ...

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