Petrinska Apartments

Petrinska street # 14, Prague, Bohemia, 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

Prague - 101 photos don't capture it all

A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 19, 2014

103 photos

... it into Austrian Hapsburg Dynasty Czechs became Germanized for 500years. During WW1 created army Core of Czechoslovakia 1918-1938 WW2 The concentration camp at Terezin: theaters, schools, kindergartens A stage set for the Inspections of human rights organizations. To show the world what a perfect world they had created for the Jewish people. Assassination! Paratroopers went through intensive training in Scotland in order to kill ...

Subjective tango opinion

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Apr 08, 2014

... planet-tango.com/lyrics/Tris teza_Marina.htm


So yeah, it can be dramatic and sad. But it is up to us how we want to dance the tango. We can choose to embrace it and dance with it without feeling the sorrow and the pain but I guess this also depends on our mood. When we feel the pain inside of us, those lyrics and words or just the triste (sad) music it may throw us deeper down in our depression.
When we are happy go lucky we then can percieve those words ...

The Angry Babushka

A travel blog entry by another-sky on Sep 30, 2013

6 photos

... nature of communism, or who want to, as Lennon suggested, 'imagine.' The most profound exhibits of the communist era are found at The National Monument at Vitkov. We came across this museum by accident, it is well off the tourist path but just so happened to be in a park right behind our rented apartment in Prague. The Republic reclaimed this building after the communists had turned what had originally been a war memorial into a bizarre temple ...

Brussels to Prague via Germany

A travel blog entry by kitchin on Sep 03, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... market stalls mostly fruit and vege with one selling great g/f gingerbread - how amazing is that! With a soy coffee from a Starbucks, RK is feeling better catered for!

To our horror, the lunch stop was at a Maccas just over the Czech border.... but we did give thanks for free WI-FI! Finally in Prague we checked in and headed to town for an evenings explore... for the next blog!
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Another interesting day

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque on Jun 17, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... the haunt of alchemists during the reign of Rudolf II (16th century). Alchemy was taken seriously by King Rudolf and he encouraged people from all over Europe to develope the pseudo science in Prague.

From the big castle complex we managed to find our way down the hill where we located the restaurant that had been recommended to us by Jan--the Lokal Bila Kuzelka. Located near the Charles bridge, but at the level of the river is this small ...