Wenceslas Aparthotel Melantrich

Address: Wenceslas Square 36 , Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | 3 star hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Prague

I got 99 Prague-lems...

A travel blog entry by ramsaysjr on May 24, 2015

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... things have changed since the USSR collapsed. We had the chance to visit a legal street art wall where some folks were painting... we also saw several less-than-legal street art murals that were all really quite stunning. Finishing up the tour at Cross Club and seeing their, as Ben says: "steampunk" styled outdoor restaurant, we headed back to the hotel... ahem, for more gelato.

Alex's Turn:
We got up and went to look around the charles ...

Fairy Tale Castles in Prague

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Dec 23, 2014

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We like our hotel in Prague even more than the one in Berlin, with rainshower shower heads, clever decor and much more space. Jonathan and I throw things in the room and run out to locate the ATM, and to find out where to purchase 3-day transit passes. As soon as everyone has obtained their necessities, we head out for our first visit to the Old City. A tram drops us ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by lucascurrie on Aug 15, 2014

... are in Budapest now and we will see them tonight. We explored the city a bit every day, but my favorite was definitely walking around the park with the mini Eiffel tower and getting dinner at Malostranska Beseda—the place my mom told me to go. She gave great directions in an email, it was as if she was talking to us because we could see everything she described. I got the pork knuckle (like she told me to), which was amazing. One of ...

East Prague

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 23, 2014

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... places. The Pinkasova (Pinkas) Synagogue is more of a tribute to the over 70,000 lost in the Holocaust. On all of the walls they have the names of each of these people written accompanied by the place they lived. (We were not allowed to take pictures but thanks google). Upstairs they had a temporary exhibit of artwork created by children who were sent to the concentration camp (in Terezin). Since the Nazis excelled with propaganda this one was allowed to have inklings of culture ...

The Defenestration of Prague

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 12, 2014

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I woke up this morning only slightly later than my normal time, so even after getting ready and dressed, almost nothing was open when I left to go explore.

First, I walked around the Jewish town and saw the outsides of the various synagogues. They looked interesting, but without knowing the story behind them, it was just some cool architecture. I'd like to come back when they're open and see the insides.

Then, I crossed the river ...