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Praha

A travel blog entry by strangsol on Jun 26, 2015

Ingen forsinkelser på reisen til Praha. Vi har kjøpt sykler og utstyr. Vi har også vært turist i Praha. I morgen kl 1000 henter vi syklene og turen begynner

The End

A travel blog entry by tishnandrew on Apr 23, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

... around 300 BC in Petra, Jordan to the Holy City of Jerusalem the day before Easter and then we took a trip through the Middle Ages in the Czech Republic before visiting 20th Century history in Germany. The highlights are too many to mention but visiting the great pyramids of Giza, burrowing deep into a Pharaoh's tomb in the Valley of the Kings, floating on the Dead Sea, snorkelling in the Red Sea, ...

Prague Castle

A travel blog entry by janellevdv on Aug 29, 2014

10 photos

... to enter. Next we explored the cathedral which was across the square literally less than 50m away! Lots of towers, a golden gate, a silver tomb(!!!), beautiful exterior mosaics, lots of carved stone. Also where King (St) Wenceslas is buried. Lastly we had a look down Golden Lane beside the palace where work men's houses once stood. Now they have painted each house a bright colour and every second one is a tourist shop. Some display tools and furniture from the tradesman that once lived ...

Prague Top 10

A travel blog entry by murkypig on Aug 26, 2014

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... Cara and Indian for dessert, a cappuccino and absorb the beauty of this cafe. You won't find this immediately off the tourist routes, but if you make the trip you will not regret this stop. 7. The best kept secret in Prague, the National Monument at Vitkov Hill. Home to the Czech Tomb of the Unknown Solider and Ceremonial Hall, the history and city views from here are amongst the best of Prague. Crowds are nonexistent. 6. If you want an authentic piece of ...

Travels with my daughter, phase one

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jun 23, 2014

16 photos

... video experiences led one to feel like a character in a Kafka story. Leaving the museum, we stopped back at Shakespeare Books because I was hungry for books written in English (yes, Vienna has a branch also, but it's not in an area I get to often.) From there we were finally able to find the John Lennon wall, where there was a street musician performing, surprise, surprise, Beatles music.

We had dinner at an ancient brewpub (since 1499) not too far from the hotel, ...