Pension PEKO Hotel Garni

Address: Brtnicka 713/1, Prague, 101 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Brtnicka 713/1, Prague, is near House "U Salzmannu", House at the White Lion, House No. 83 in Prazska Street, and Perner House.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Starting to think this visit is not meant to be!

A travel blog entry by zajnlou on Jun 27, 2014

18 comments, 15 photos

... We spent the next half an hour giving this young kid all our details including our details in Australia which he demanded but I said to Paul I refuse to give him those details because knowing our luck today our suitcases would end up at Tullamarine. He would not go ahead with anything until I gave him our details.
I was sobbing and he could see that but this drama continued. He demanded a phone number which we don't have but he wouldn't buy that either.
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Prague

A travel blog entry by wanderlustbree on Mar 28, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... visit communist Prague in which may seem like a ghost town but today is popular place ...

One month down

A travel blog entry by amandatravels on Oct 17, 2013

... was around the whole farm so we stood and stared at the vehicle trying to figure out how to get it out without damaging it, especially since we didn't have insurance. But Audrey was smart and figured out a way to get the car out then driving back to Reykjavik we were scared of every sound the car made but we made it! We stopped off at the Blue Lagoon for some much needed relaxation. It was so warm and beautiful, we did the face masks and had a beer. Oh soooo gooodddd. When ...

Prague - Exploring the city

A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Sep 14, 2013

8 photos

... 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 ...

Goodbye Europe

A travel blog entry by ericandrod on Jul 19, 2013

11 photos

... This is a good thing. We had an amazing trip and wish for a couple more days but that will be for next time.

Three very different cities and in every one we managed to meet some great people willing to go out of their way to show us the sights and offer help and advice. The places we stayed at were amazing and the weather was perfect.

German in Vienna ...