Prague Tower 2 Apartment
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Prague Tower 2 Apartment
TripAdvisor Reviews Prague Tower 2 Apartment
Travel Blogs from Prague
... the main square of the Little Quarter to a restaurant located in the former town hall, sampling our first of many Pilsner Urquell and Czech spicy goulash. Czech food is very basic - mostly meat and dumplings, but tasty. From there it was off to the Prague Castle on Tram #22. We could have walked, but that would have meant hundreds of stairs, since the castle looms over the town. Our first stop was St. Vitus Cathedral, with it's imposing Gothic Architecture. First started in ...
... Learnt that there are people who can surprise you with their dance and therefore we shouldn't make any assumptions.
Learnt that a refusal shouldn't be taken personally.
Learnt that tango is sacred.
Learnt that you can only do what you can do at the stage of your tango path.
Learnt that I really like when men suprise me in their dance
Learnt that what happens on a dancefloor is to stay on the dancefloor (in most cases, at ...
... whilst we've had continual eye candy, Buffy says she had yet to see a good looking man in all of Eastern Europe (apart from Ivan and Vlad of course!!). It had been a big day!!! On Tuesday the weather had turned and it was cold. Again Ivan was impatient and left the apartment before Vlad, giving him vague directions to the Medieval bar he'd been at two days before. Ivan tried to ring Julia, only to find she'd been sacked and we had a new coordinator!!! We wonder if that's Ivan ...
... lot of good people from a lot of different places in the world over the past 6 weeks, and I'm grateful for that.
At some point I intend to travel to nearby countries, though I don't know which yet. I will have to travel to Austria for my Visa, and I will probably visit Munich for Oktoberfest in a few weeks. Otherwise, though, I dunno! Maybe Switzerland? Romania? The UK?! Cardiff.
Until then, enjoy browsing through all the lovely pictures and videos below!
... jersey to wear in what we expect to be the cooler climate of Helsinki.
On the way back to the hotel, Marion decided she wanted an ice cream. We went up to what we thought was an ice cream stand in Wenceslas Square and found it was something quite different. Instead we saw tiny little (pea-sized) balls and asked to taste them, Marion chose melon balls. They were green and yellow and looked like peas and corn. The taste ...