Filip Pension

Pod stadiony 6, Prague, Bohemia, 150 00 , Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Last Breakfast with Ota

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

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... rnberg around 5:30pm and walked to the hostel a few streets away just inside the city wall. Given that it was so early and we still had some daylight, we decided to do a walk around the surroundings and headed off to check out the Weißer Turm. On the way we passed the Germanisches Nationalmuseum and some white pillars dedicated to the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

At the Weißer Turm, we also saw the impressive St Elisabeth Cathedral and a fountain ...

Ceramics in Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by roundaboutus

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... but I felt a leap of joy to be back amongst the pastel hued art Noveau city buildings - the organic swirls and fanciful romantic figures can't help but make you smile. I popped in on the Alfonse Mucha Museum again and viewed priceless Czech cut glass vessels in the stunning Muller show rooms.

Bit of a mess up at the train station (meeting strangers in a 4 storey European train station with a dead mobile phone's never going to end ...

Czech this out!

A travel blog entry by pamelankatie

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... of the bridge and old statues, vendors and musicians greet you as you cross over it. As the only means of crossing the river Vltava until 1841, the Charles Bridge was the most important connection between Prague Castle and the city's Old Town as it created an important trade route between Eastern and Western Europe. We stopped to take pictures of St Nicholas' church, found a risqué art piece called "****" (picture Belgium's little ****** as two grown ...

Wencelas square , Mucha museum and Vyshrad

A travel blog entry by siripatana

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... get out-- Mustek.

From Mustek walk out from the exit that read "28 Rijna" . We emerge from the metro looking both way deciding which way to go. I see the spire of one of the hundred spires and say to our group-- that way , if there's a spire there must be something to see. And I'm right ! We are on a walking street with a lot of people be it tourists ...

Gulags and goulash

A travel blog entry by coach27

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Amy and Matthew joined me for a jog this morning, braving the below zero temps, and stopping periodically to take photos, or take a break, not sure which. We ran up the steps to Letna Park to see the pendulum, put in place to replace a statue of Stalin which stood until 1958.

We returned to collect Louise for the first outing of the day; the KGB Museum, just across the river and up the hill. ...

   

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