Pension Krokodyl

Address: Belehradska 26 , Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Free Market at work in Czechslovakia: Hotels

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 21, 2014

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... money exchange: Dollars for Zlotys. We dealt. I made a few extra bucks in Zlotys, he probably made out like a bandit in Dollars. American dollars were like gold bars in that place back then. When Communism collapsed in 1989, the free market took over and Prague became a gotta-see destination for tourists. But even before Russia in 1945 and Hitler before that, Prague has always had the reputation of being ancient and ...

A Beautiful Day in Prague

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 01, 2014

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... Mozart and enjoyed great piano music while dining and watching the clock strike 1pm and 2pm, then headed out to see the famous Charles Bridge, built by the famous King Charles IV, who ruled the city during the time that it operated as the capital of the Holy Roman Empire and was likely at the zenith of its prominence. The bridge is now a pedestrian only bridge and is home to 31 statues of saints and of Jesus, all of which ...

Day 5: Well, It's Hard to Find a Snappy Title...

A travel blog entry by kgraney on May 24, 2014

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... We were all very moved by the gravity of this place, and were glad that we had the bus ride home and a free afternoon to try to process our witness of this chapter of human history.

A few of us were able to meet up for dinner near our hotel, and Prof. Taylor and I left a large group of our students happily watching the Champions League final with some locals down the street. A nice way to end ...

Lots to see in Prague

A travel blog entry by dft on May 21, 2014

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... they were back at it. Prague Castle today is the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic.  The square in front of it is very large and features the statue of the first Czechoslovakian president T. G. Masaryk. This man, believe it or not, has a Pittsburgh connection--on 5/31/18 he signed a memorandum of understanding with members of Czech and Slovak expatriate communities in the USA in Pittsburgh. The agreement described the intent of ...


A travel blog entry by katept on Oct 03, 2013

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... safe transport to Britain. The UK press dubbed him the 'British Schindler'. Whilst we are in the zone of the second world war, next stop was the Museum of Communism. The museum presents a vivid account of Communism focusing on Czechoslovakia and on Prague in particular. The exhibition is fascinating through its use of everyday objects which really highlights the restrictions of life under communism. The Velvet Revolution or Gentle Revolution was ...

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