Apartments JB

Kochanova 369/8, Prague, Bohemia, 16900, Czech Republic | Hotel
Prices starting from $68.00
 

Travel Blogs from Prague

Small World

A travel blog entry by anyssa

2

... it with the peach. Once back at the hostel I obviously go down to the bar to watch the futbol game and I seriously couldn't believe it. Two guys from my high school were playing cards at a table!! I noticed Gavin and thought he looked vaguely familiar and I pointed at him when we made eye contact saying just that. A second passed and the guy sitting next to him, David, said "oh ****," and when I looked over at him I remembered right away who they were. We had a ...

Occupying Prague

A travel blog entry by benstevens

29

... very interesting and impressive, but the most fun was to be had along the Golden Mile, which housed among other things, a crossbow range. I fired two shots before I figured out the aiming mechanism, and on my final shot scored a perfect bullseye. I thought about having another round for 50 cents, but decided that would just be showing off. Upstairs was home to a collection of armour, weaponry and torture instruments that rivalled the museum I’d been to a few days before. ...

Prague: Day 3

A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152

5

... of these images, and it was truly inspiring to see what Mucha had seen in order to create his works.

After the museum, I walked back over to the Municipal Building. The tour started in the concert hall, which was well decorated with busts of famous Czech figures and wooden engravings. The more interesting rooms however were yet to come. The rooms in the Municipal Building are interestingly split by gender. Female hall ...

Chakra Roots

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney

... met up with our group and for the next 2.5 hours we got guided around by our 31 year old guide named Emma. We learned about all the history of the Jews here in Budapest. Saw the Jewish Quarter in detail including the synagogues. And of course learned about the history of the holocaust here in the city. The old jewish quarter was the ghetto as well during the holocaust and we visited some of the remaining wall of the ghetto. After this tour we really felt like we knew a lot about ...

Prague - Exploring the city

A travel blog entry by belinda-ben

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... funded the project to light it up at night.
- Prague was Hitler's favourite city and it is for this reason it did not get destroyed during the war. He wanted it to be cultural centre of Europe. None of the Jewish Synagogue or ghetto were destroyed either because he wanted to use it as a museum for the extinct race.
- During the war, the German's started to use the Rudolfinum for concerts. This building has statues of famous composers around the ...

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