Petrinska Apartments

Address: Petrinska street # 14, Prague, Praha 5, Czech Republic | Condo
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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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'Czech'ing out Prague (titled in honor of Ifadha)

A travel blog entry by domandkt on Jul 13, 2015


... by. But all of it beautiful. Very poetic am i not! You may also be pleased to know that our lunch on this day was highly superior to the sad one we had in warsaw. Once in prague we once again had to battle with a foreign ticket machine (I exaggerate, it was quite an amicable exchange actually) and found our metro without too much trouble. The tram was a different story because unlike in vilnius and Warsaw, you couldn't buy a ticket from the driver but we didn't ...

Time On A Bus = Time I Spent In A Country

A travel blog entry by rebeccamcintyre on Mar 09, 2015

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... 20 minutes in each place and had not felt like we had seen much, so we decided to ditch a bit early.

We walked over to Charles Bridge and in this process found an ice pub. I had never heard of this concept before, but apparently it is a thing that people build entire pubs out of ice and charge tourists to enter them and drink for a short while. I have to say, it was quite entertaining. And the drink that was included in the price was definitely strong enough to ...

Czech Us Out!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 06, 2014

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... basically through misunderstandings. It is said that the stones used to build this synagogue came from the destructed temple in Jerusalem and were only allowed to be taken on condition of being brought back to Jerusalem when the Messiah returns. In Hebrew "on condition" is "At Tnay", which in German sounds like "alt neu", which in English means Old New. This is the place where legend also says golem has been placed to rest after he became destructive by the same rabbi ...


A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Sep 16, 2014

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... some transport and accommodation. We spend hours going around in circles looking at accommodation & travel options which for one reason or another weren't going our way. Tensions ran high and by about 1pm we gave up and ventured out into the city to make the most of the rest of the day. First stop to regaining happiness a burger place that sold wine and beer. It was delicious. We decided to go paddle boating on the river to soak up some time before ...

A Stormy Day in Prague

A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 11, 2014

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... We had tastes of several wines and then bought a couple of bottles, one to take home and lay. One bottle we purchased from the wine maker as he advised us after tasting. He invited to his winery in France and we are thinking that a wine tasting trip to Europe just might be in our future.

Back to the café Salvia for dinner. Then a nighttime stroll out to the bridge. On the way back to our room we bought macaroons for a ...