Prague Apartments Valentyn

Valentinska 11, Prague, Bohemia, 110000, Czech Republic | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Tango therapy

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Apr 01, 2014

... embrace heals.
Learnt that even though your heart is pounding and you feel like you lost it all - this is all part of the tango process.
Learnt that some embraces heal even more.
Learnt that some embraces make me nervous.
Learnt that men here have started really working on themselves and I alredy see the improvement in their embraces - suddenly I feel like they FEEL me too.As mentioned before it may be also due to the fact I changed, too.

Prague to Munich!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Aug 30, 2013

... 4.30pm and checked into our hotel. We were staying quite central, just down the road from hauptbahnhof. After freshening up we walked to Marienplatz, the main square in Munich. It was so cool seeing everything again! I really love this city! It was really busy in town, heaps of tourists. We went to the Frauenkirche (church of our lady) but unfortunately it was closed so we couldn't go inside. We saw the old town hall and the new town hall and also St. ...

Beautiful City

A travel blog entry by briankmcarthur on Jul 11, 2013

14 photos

... city (Mustek), The stunning bank,,Ceska Sporitela, Wenceslas Square and St. Wenceslas Monument( on his horse), went to the Jewish Qtr and saw the oldest Synagog in Europe as well as the Tiny Door to the Cemetery, Palacky's Square,National Museum, Petin Lookout Tower( saw from a distance as we we awalking back to the centre of Lesser Town Rudolfinum the home of the Czech Philharmonic since 1945, boat on the longest river in Prague the Vitava ( 430 kms) and of ...

"Blue Shadows in the Street"

A travel blog entry by jbushie on Jun 14, 2013

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... refreshing limonade together before hitting the market across the road. The Budapest market sits in a building not unlike a Victorian railway station. The ground floor houses produce stalls and a mezzanine levels has food and variety shops.

We waste no time buying fruit for the train and lunch for right now.

The onward trip to Prague is a seven hour train ride from mid-afternoon late into the evening. First class in ...

Czech'n out Prague

A travel blog entry by -thegrandtour- on Nov 16, 2012

2 comments, 17 photos

... built and also served as the burial society (Jews could not be buried outside of the ghetto, so most grave sites at the cemeteries are 10 bodies deep). The Klausen also had a Jewish cultural museum inside, so we learned abput various holidays, customs, traditions etc.. From the Jewish quarter we popped over to the museum of decorative arts which housed everything from Bohemian glass and 19th century clothing to a modern exhibition on Spanish design. Part of ...

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