Petrinska Apartments

Address: Petrinska street # 14, Prague, Praha 5, Czech Republic | Condo
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Location

This condo, located in the Praha 5 area of Prague, is near Funicular Railway, Czech Museum of Music, Museum Kampa-Sovovy mlyny, and Kavarna Slavia.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Czech Us Out!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 06, 2014

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... for Stalin's genitals. The driver thought this was complete disrespect to their leader. The artist, like his wife, also committed suicide over this sculpture. Two lives lost for a statue that only stood for five years. The Soviet's dictatorship lasted until 1989 when the Velvet Revolution took place. This revolution was initiated by students who were protesting communism on a main street in Prague. In trying to impede the protesting, the police used unnecessary brutality ...

Straight Czechin

A travel blog entry by caylameinert on Jan 26, 2014

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... seemed a little warmer and way better than in Berlin. That evening we had another walking tour of the city. Because it started a little earlier in the evening and that afternoon was warmer, I didn't think I would need to dress as warm as I did in Berlin..... but of course, I was wrong once again. If anything I learned over this week was to never trust my senses with the weather, because I always seem to get it wrong. Despite my toes slowly becoming numb throughout the ...

Berlin, Dresden, Prague

A travel blog entry by kag on Jan 12, 2014

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... 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 ...

Chakra Roots

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Nov 20, 2013

... away. We joined up with the group and met our adorably sweet tour guide. She was a local girl in her mid twenties. She took us around the city for 2.5 hours giving us a very detailed story of the history in budapest. After exploring the Pest side, we crossed the chain bridge and went over to the Buda side and went up to see the Buda Hill and all its splendors. After the tour, we felt we had a good grasp on the city and its layout. My grampa recently told me that his ...

The Sassy Seven

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Aug 03, 2013

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... Europe-- five stories tall-- which has this amazing room called the ice bar.

It's essentially a room made entirely of ice with ice sculptures. We paid to go inside, have a drink (out of a cup made of ice), wear a parka, pose with the ice sculptures, and own the world from an ice throne. Seriously the best part of the night.

We went to a few other places before coming home and falling instantly on my bed. It was a long day.
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