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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague - Two Days is Not Enough

A travel blog entry by javaminit on Jul 26, 2014

19 photos

... of the city to pick up a few more folks.

The bus dropped us at the Prague Castle and we worked our way down into the "Lesser City" or New Town, the smaller, less old part of the city. We crossed the Charles Bridge to the Old Town from back before the 14th century.

The tour took us on a little river excursion that showed us views with a different perspective. Once off the boat, we went to lunch in a tavern below the street ...

Another day on the pavements

A travel blog entry by rell01 on May 20, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... this amazing city. Thanks Prague for allowing us to experience you best......Ohh forgot we went to the ICE HOTEL -17 so it was yes cold...All glammed up in think coats, gloves etc to cope with cold, we were served drinks in ice glasses made from you guessed it ICE. John had a 2nd Beer this time. We were meant to stay in there for around 15 mins I think but after 10 we had, had enough of the cold, so off we set for lunch. Much Cooler than when we went ...

Prague with a pit stop at Mauthausen!

A travel blog entry by lisie.lo on Dec 12, 2013

... camp, we watched a video of what happened and heard what the very rare survivors had to say. We watched how the prisoners were treated, how their ribs were all sticking out. We saw the ones that threw themselves at barbwires and the ones who hung themselves by attaching to the toilet dunny. Another terrible thing that happened to them was that they would be stark naked for days in the cold freezing weather. At one point I was thinking how cold I was ...

Walking tour of Prague

A travel blog entry by lalviano on Sep 06, 2013

4 photos

... of the main tourist sites in Prague.
It was so busy we would hate to be here in the heart of Summer. You couldn't see the bridge for the people!

It was nearly 4pm and we had been walking around for 7 hours. It was time to get back to the apartment and put our feet up. Poor Sophie was fading away.

It was such a great day and we need to recharge the batteries in preparation for tomorrow's tour of the ...

Pragueing around

A travel blog entry by newagenomad on Aug 02, 2013

12 photos

... Cemetery (graves from 1400- 1700's)

Personally I loved 3 -The Pinkas Synagogue, Old New Synagogue and Spanish Synagogue. The rest are worth a visit but it's not like your trip to Prague will be incomplete without them.
Here's why these 3-
The Pinkas is a memorial dedicated to the 80,000 Jews (men, women and children) that lost their life in the Holocaust. The walls of the Synagogue have the names of all 80000 people hand written from floor to ...