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Travel Blogs from Prague

Cesky Krumlov and on to the Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by in-china on Oct 26, 2014

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... as a time capsule of the past. We enjoyed a short walk through the town and viewed its Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance houses.

Later, we continued through Southern Bohemia to the Czech capital, Prague - "The City of a Thousand ...

Prague to Paris

A travel blog entry by dicktracey on Jul 04, 2014

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... for a 1/2 hour trip to a Friary in Engelberg. After a cuppa and cake, and a short chat with Father David, we were free to explore the beautiful chapel and gardens which were also beautiful, the vineyard, and admire the view over the town below. There were only 4 friars living at the friary, but they had lots of visitors who could stay overnight, and a lot of tourists groups who stopped by. We then went back by coach to Freudensberg for lunch at a wine cellar, and ...

Early days of the Sabbatical

A travel blog entry by mike.hendry on Apr 25, 2014

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... in sights around Europe as well. All will be revealed in time.

Which more or less, brings us to the present and me, sitting in a small flat in an outer Prague suburb called Chodov, which to Australian readers, is best described as a suburb full of Housing Commission flats, which here go by the name panelak's. The panelak's are so called because the Soviet inspired apartment buildings were built around a very sturdy steel frame into which was fitted ...

Day 13 - Prague

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 04, 2013

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... a week later. After the liberation of Czechoslovakia, it housed the offices of the communist Czechoslovak government. During the Velvet Revolution, Alexander Dubček, the leader of Czechoslovakia during the Prague Spring, appeared on a balcony overlooking Wenceslas Square to hear throngs of protesters below shouting "Dubček to the Castle!" As they pushed for him to take his seat as president of the country at Prague Castle, he embraced the crowd as a symbol of democratic ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by jedhuggett on Sep 26, 2013

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... I then went to the lego musem and checked out the castle were the presedint lived. Prague is a nice place. Very clean and the peoe are very nice. Steets are well marked and the place isnt that big. You can just walk every were. That night we couple of us did a pub crawl. It was free drinks for the first 2hours at thr first pub and free shots. ...