Pension Platan

Address: Revolucni 24, Prague, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Praha Bike, Prague Pub Crawl, St. Agnes Convent (Klaster sv. Anezky Ceske), and Metronome.
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      Old World Charm

      A travel blog entry by linda.g on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... of an extinct race. After a quick visit to see a weird modern building called Fed and Ginger's house, we then went to the Beer Museum, a new enterprise which explained the process of beer making over the centuries, plus some samples. The Czechs drink huge amounts, and we often saw people drinking beer in the morning. After a tasty dinner of traditional Czech food, we had an early night after 2 days of flat out sightseeing. Off to Krakow ...

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      ... then saw the National Theatre (currently being refurbished & therefore closed), we crossed the Vltava River and the bus dropped us, our guide and about 20 others at the entry to the Prague Castle. The tour was in 2 languages Spanish and English.

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      Prague on the run!

      A travel blog entry by weir on Apr 05, 2014

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      ... biggest moments of her life were the Prague Spring of 1968, the Velvet Revolution which led to the fall of communism, and the country's joining NATO. The last statement caught us off guard but as she explained, for the first time people in the country have a feeling that if their country is ever attacked, then other countries will come to their aid.

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      Wanderlust

      A travel blog entry by monikaostrow93 on Mar 19, 2014

      ... br> Please, comment or let me know what you think of my idea! It's going to take a lot of time to plan things out, get the funding together, and figure out my exact itinerary but I'd love to keep anyone who's interested up to date with my adventures! I'll put a link up to my Kickstarter once I figure out my exact budget (I'm thinking $10,000 altogether, yikes) and feel free to donate whatever amount you can! Seriously, even if it's just a dollar I ...

      Episode 19

      A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Nov 07, 2013

      29 photos

      ... I think I’ve got that right but not too sure). There really wasn’t much to see inside and we weren’t supposed to take photos but L got one snap before she was told otherwise, the exterior is much more impressive.

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