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Travel Blogs from Prague

Bye Bye Bohemia - Regensburg & Prague then Home

A travel blog entry by marybc

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... thing we had a landmark. If you managed to find the Powder Tower (once used to store gunpowder) then you could make your way to the hotel.
Next day same same but different. With nothing organized the four of us wandered to Charles Bridge before the crowds got there taking our time to visit the Lennon Wall, wander past the water wheel, through a couple of parks back across other bridges and generally enjoying the vibe of the city. Some of the ...

Prague - Day Two

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

2
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... as I’ll ever get to the real Doctor Who!! We were just a few blocks from the river and a fantastic nighttime view of the castle. Wow. Dinner was at ”School”. I had a terrific French c******nay and John loved his mushroom risotto. Back at the hotel, the ghost radar on my phone was picking up signals/ghosts but amazingly, the ghosts were speaking in English! It must have been just for me!



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Site Seeing and Cafe Mozart!

A travel blog entry by travelforfun

7

Starbuck's, here we come! Another great start to another great day!

Today was site seeing on Petrin Hill. What a gorgeous view of Prague! We were able to tour the Strahov Monastery that features a philosophical library and a theological library. These libraries are breathtaking, to say the least. One can get a walking tour within the library proper, but these looked like pre-arranged groups that ...

Czeching out Prague

A travel blog entry by katcob

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... wine, and two hot raspberry desserts. We left warm and full, although the service was a bit lacking. We took a short walk through the dark streets of Prague and noticed how well lot the beautiful places are. This also adds to the citiy's reputation: monuments are beautifully lit all night! The girls continued on for a night of touring while Gord and I retired early. The next day, Gord and I explored on our own. We found a popular ...

Castles & Communism

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp

7

... hall called Pivovarsky Dum. We hung out there for a while and tried some of their beers. Had to order some food to go with it - we tried potato pancakes and pork, dumplings and gravy. Probably would taste brilliant if done properly but it was really basic pub food where everything seems to be deep-fried! Chris got a beer taster set - the dark, wheat and coffee beer were good. They seem to produce a few fruit flavoured beers - we dont recommend the banana or nettle beer. Smells good but tastes ...

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