Prague Apartments Valentyn

Address: Valentinska 11, Prague, 110000, Czech Republic | Condo
 
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Cobblestones and buskers

A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 04, 2015

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... note was a busker who played the recorder. This is the second time I have seen someone busking with a recorder over here - last time was in Berlin. Now I am no fan of the recorder - certainly I can play one myself, but is the curse of the school child and the school teacher. Well I have to say this man takes the cake - he was playing the recorder...with his nose. Now that is certainly a skill to be admired, although I ...

Prague: being twenty five sucks!

A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Sep 09, 2014

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... me forget about depressing thoughts surprisingly quickly, she vetoes the majority of the names I suggest though. We have a walking tour of Prague before the birthday celebrations. We walk to John Lennon's wall, a vibrant colourful piece of wall where we get an awesome group photo. We continue on into town and over the beautiful Charles bridge, it contains a golden emblem of a dog among many other statues, it's said to rub it is to bring yourself good luck. The story ...

August 23-24

A travel blog entry by murkypig on Aug 23, 2014

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... our goal today was to see Petrin Hill? As we s-l-o-w-l-y made our way in that general direction, we came across NOI Restaurant, a cafe and Thai gem. I would never logically combine cappuccino and Thai chicken, but we shared an order and it was a home run. This brings me back to, don't underestimate Czech food options. The labor of love we have found in each kitchen and cafe has been above and beyond. Petrin Hill, a funicular, gardens and an Eiffel Tower copy transplanted to ...

Winging the trains of Europe

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 22, 2014

... us to look out for one in a particular colour. I learnt that the shops on the side of the River near to the castle were much more expensive than on the other side of the river! This side were charging 200 kroner, with the same thing being 150 kroner on the other side. As the kroner is about 20 to 1 to the Australian dollar, it isn't that much, but it is in kroner!

We did manage to lose Sarina for a while on the main bridge, but ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Dec 06, 2013

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... t get over the price of how reasonable it was. It was so nice just to spend an evening completely relaxed in such good company.



We began the following day by having lunch in the hostel breakfast room. I was expecting budget cornflakes and UHT milk but what we got instead was a beautiful oak breakfast bar complete with a vegan station, fresh baked pastries and chefs on site to make all you can eat, omelettes, ...