Hunger Wall Residence

Address: Plaska 615/8, Prague, 150 00, Czech Republic | 4 star condo
 
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      Prague: are you telling me porky pies?

      A travel blog entry by amandane on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... but by the second day it was again full of poems and flowers. Today the wall represents all the things that Lennon was passionate about and stood up for - the global ideals of love and peace. The wall is owned by the Knights of Malta, who allow the graffiti to continue on the wall.

      The heavens had decided to open on our last afternoon, so we sought out shelter down in the common room. While chatting with one of the guy, I saw an older Indian ...

      Prague

      A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jun 15, 2014

      39 photos

      ... and spend time just wandering around. We found the "Lennon Wall", a mural/graffiti tribute to the former Beatle located in the artist/student area (Lennon never visited Prague). Followed this up with a light salad lunch in another riverside cafe. Back for a nap before our evening excursion.

      This night we booked ourselves a sunset dinner cruise on the Vtlava River. The excursion started with a 45 minute bus tour of the Old and New ...

      Occupying Prague

      A travel blog entry by benstevens on Apr 03, 2014

      29 photos

      ... narrow medieval lanes and dark alleys, the city becomes more than a little dangerous on the streets at night.

      Even after spending six nights in Prague, it’s hard to put a finger on what the city is all about. It feels a little bit like a lost boy stuck in Neverland, having never really got the hang of the twenty first century. Commercial buildings and modern skyscrapers are nowhere to be seen, and when peering in windows of old buildings you catch glimpses of what look ...

      Berlin, Dresden, Prague

      A travel blog entry by kag on Jan 12, 2014

      8 photos

      ... functional, not especially comfortable. No WIFI which is the norm so far on trains, despite the web site claiming WIFI access on trains. Might be accessible on Superior Class seats. We had a cabin to ourselves to spread our suitcases in. Prague main station (Praha HLN) was confusing. Although we had tried to brush up on Czech while travelling, I for one could not retain any of it. Much harder than French, or German. We had been warned about taxies ...

      A Work in Prague-ress

      A travel blog entry by maggiekr on Sep 24, 2013

      73 photos

      ... 40,000 bodies in the basement of this church. It was made during the plague to show people that they could conquer death through religion. It was like being in a Tim Burton movie because the skulls were piled so high and there was a giant chandelier of bones. I found this to be excessive, but it was still really cool to see.
      The rest of the week was Czech language class, which was very interesting. Since Czech is based more on ...