Hunger Wall Residence

Address: Plaska 615/8, Prague, 150 00, Czech Republic | 4 star condo
 
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      DAY 28: Tuesday, 30 September

      A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... The buildings were large but unloved. The pavements were dirty and there was graffiti everywhere. It felt like no one had smiled in this area for a long time. A heaviness prevailed that made me feel it would be an awful place to live. Depressing - as though there was a strong communist presence in the area. We got to our destination and headed up the hill. Along the way we ran into the Prague War Museum. We didn't even know it was there and it was a stroke ...

      Finally in Prague!

      A travel blog entry by shantie on Jun 24, 2014

      ... that you followed, that everyone followed... And that was it. In other cities you leave the path and you find all these beautiful little hidden gems, in Prague you leave the path and all you find is absinthe shops and strip clubs. :( They sort of ruin what would be an otherwise perfect city. Prague, is a place I wish I could visit ten years ago. Like learn time travel, and go back 10-15 years before tourism overtook this lovely ...

      Praaaaaaague

      A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jan 04, 2014

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      ... unicorns etc. From there we bought a delicious Czech styled chimney cake and walked through the little winding medieval streets up to the Castle. The castle is free, which is good. It's a bit of a weird one since it's more like a little walled town on the top of the hill. It has great views over the city on the way up (and across to the weird little replica Eiffel Tower on the opposite hill). There's some churches and tiny streets so we just walked around and out the other side to ...

      Prague City Walk

      A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 10, 2013

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      ... that was required. We walked past a number of synagogues before coming to the end of the tour. On Saturdays, the piece of scripture had to be removed, so the Golem could have a day of rest. One day, Rabbi Lo forgot to remove the scripture, and the Golem began to tear apart the city. After this, Rabbi Lo deactivated the Golem for good, and stored his remains here in the Old New Synagogue.

      During the tour, I met a friend who was ...

      One month down

      A travel blog entry by amandatravels on Oct 17, 2013

      ... we arrived at the first beer tent Lowenbrau at 10 am and started having 1 litre beers. We sang along with German bands moved to Augustine beer hall and ended at Hofbrauhaus. There are around 12 different beer tents each only serving their 1 type of beer so if you want to go around and taste all the different kinds I think you will be out if luck unless you spend multiple days there. We did a few rollercoasters and the large Ferris wheel. Saw many many drunk people. The top ...