Prague Apartments Valentyn

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

Chakra Roots

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney

... were from Buda and Pest and he doesnt know how they met, but he was sure glad they did. So I have some roots here in Budapest, and It feels really good to explore them.
We watched the sunset over the Buda hill looking over Pest. We headed down the hill and went back to Pest. It was time to eat and we headed back to the St. Stephen Basillica. In the square we found a tasty place where we could try some fresh Langos, which was also called communist pizza. From there we ...

Day 28 and 29 – Prague

A travel blog entry by tadtravels


... using, so we were met by a man holding a sign with our names on it and then hopped in his car to go to our apartment rental. It was nice not having to look up transit and walking directions to the apartment, and the pickup also made obtainment of our keys and entry into the apartment easier.

The apartment was located in a neighborhood of Prague called Vinohrady – which means vineyard in Czech. Apparently, there used to be ...

Dreamy Dresden and Pubs in Prague

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest


... Anyway we found a little area and grabbed some drinks and had a chat. The drinks options were beer, wine or sangria for the first hour, however the sangria tasted like blackcurrant juice. They then allowed you to have shots after an hour, but the shots tasted like lime cordial. We were starting to realise that it was a bit of a scam. Anyway we moved on to another few bars and ended up at a nightclub, however none of the places seemed very authentically ...


A travel blog entry by jpokusa


I arrived to Prague on Friday afternoon and went on the free prague walking tour and checked out all these touristy Prague sites such as charles bridge, astronomical clock, powder tower, Jewish quarter and more. What can i say aboutprague? Prague is full of tourists and the architecture is draw dropping. But I think the floods of people and advertisements all over the city kind of ruins it's charm. The next day i went to Prague castle ...

Strewth its cold in Prague

A travel blog entry by peter_cheryl19


... of the Old Jewish Quarter. Cold and grey now with the odd shower of rain. Our young guide was very informative and entertaining, telling us of jewish life in early times and during WW2. We saw a number of synagogues and the old cemetry all left by the Naxis as intended reminders of the inferior jewish lifestyle. There is almost no evidence of original jewish housing as it has long been destroyed by fires or demolished during ...


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