Filip Pension

Address: Pod Stadiony 6, Prague, 150 00 , Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague Castle part 2

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jul 28, 2015

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... than those there today, and they had to share a single toilet and a single outdoor freshwater tap and basin. Life would not have been easy, but life was lived in that manner by just about everyone in those days. By the 17th century there was little need for marksmen and the houses were let out to Goldsmiths and the occasional alchymist ( who was attempting to create gold out of base metals). Frank Kafka's sister owned one and ...


A travel blog entry by foxc on Dec 22, 2014

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... or about $6AUD. We stopped at one of the many local markets and I bought a nice warm jumper here, the lady started at 1000 korunas and I bartered her down to 600 or $30 AUD. Off to the Museum of Alchemy which was a really interesting place, Prague's second oldest building which has been standing since the 15th century, despite many other older building around it being demolished this one survived, which was the centre of the ...

Pretty Pretty Prague

A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Oct 04, 2014

... via Charles bridge, which is full of beautiful sculptures that were made back in the time when Christianity was being pushed on the city. Crossing this bridge should have taken us 10 minutes max but it was so full of people that it took a full half hour to weave through the crowds, which is much more mentally draining than I would have thought. After a massive hike we made it up to the castle and church. The castle ...

There is never enough time in Prague.

A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jun 24, 2014

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... below. I had a beer and read my book on a patio as classical piano music played on the street next to me. All in all it was the best day I've had so far.

The next morning I saw the palace cathedral on the hill (magnificent, by the way!), then the three of us were back together to walk to the Dancing House, and in the evening Jas and I took a beer tour. We tried light, dark, and red beer made in ...


A travel blog entry by seancab on May 07, 2014

... off taking a free tour and wandering from there. I managed to find a monastery from the 17th century that was still being beer! It was a long hike up a hill top get there but it was worth it to try some of their work. Following that I visited posts brand new chocolate museum. It was...interesting, not sure that I would do it again but it was cheap and I'm glad I saw it. Now that it's the next morning, I'm off to ...