Pension Florenc

Sokolovska 41, Prague, Bohemia, 186 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
Prices starting from $16.00
 

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Prague

A travel blog entry by carole.hunter

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... once at the Castle went for 90 mins, and finished with us watching the Changing of the Guard. We returned to the starting point, The Old Town Square in time for a quick lunch before the next tour to the Jewish Quarter was to start. We decided to take the advice of yesterdays guide and try out the roof top restaurant and take in the magnificent views across the roof tops. We weren't particularly hungry so decided on a Sundae and Iced Coffee. It is hot again today and ...

This One's For The Ladies

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour

1
14

... on fairy tale characters (glad we're not locals or Snow White Koets would be out); days of the week are not permitted; and names of objects are a no go (sorry, Quinoa and Chevron, not even your fierce fashion sense can help you out here). Additionally, if the name one desires is not related to a saint represented on the calendar dial of the astronomical clock, a visit to the famed “name lady” from the ICL is required so that a case may be pleaded to give the ...

Prague Castle - wow!

A travel blog entry by picaroon

21

Café B Braun for lunch and waiter was great. Food was a good mix of fusion and creative which was nice for something diff. I couldn't resist the rabbit while Phil opted for herb crusted pork with plums.

Prague Castle was a good walk and lost count on number of steps. Claimed to be the largest caste in Europe and possibly so because it is more than a mere castle but rather a ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by ematravels

10

... have signs on the door saying hand guns weren't allowed inside, so I guess Czech Republic is a bit crazy when it comes to night life, or common sense for that matter.
I was only wearing a zipper hoodie and had no idea if we were going to stick around that long, so no way I was paying. Our Canadian friend still had some extra space on her handbag, so we threw our stuff inside, right in front of the security guy who blocked us before. The bag was bulkier than a ...

A day in Prague

A travel blog entry by fitchett

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8

... you can always hear it and if they are speeding, the noise is quite loud. There are very few cars in the city and the rail and metro system seems to be efficient. There don’t seem to be very (have not seen any yet) green and red men which means pedestrians just amble out and cars tend to stop for them. We do not hear the horns or sirens of Paris which makes it all rather quiet despite the huge ...

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This hostel, located in the Praha 8 area of Prague, is near Castle District (Hradcany), Municipal House Hall (Obecni Dum), Kampa Park, and Veletrzni Palace (National Gallery).
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