Amarilis Hotel

Address: Stepanska 613/18, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
 
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    Blogging is a dream on a five-hour train ride

    A travel blog entry by eurochic on Aug 25, 2014

    1 comment

    On the train to Wien Meidling... Vienna :) Well, that was fun! I may have encouraged Geoff to arrive at the Prague Central Train Station about an hour too early for our 1:39 train to Vienna this afternoon. We watched the Departures board for our platform, and when it finally popped up we casually made our way to Platform 4. How nice not to have to rush. It was busy on the platform, so we devised a cunning plan for G to manage the big bags while ...

    When Steve met Stefano

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on May 27, 2014

    4 comments, 18 photos

    ... once finished, we soon departed. Steve met a chum along the way on the tour, Stefano, from Buffalo, New York, and promptly traded Mandy in for a better class of drinking buddy. Mandy, to her credit, took this on the chin and wandered off to find a better class of photography subject.

    Stefano and Steve quickly found the Beer Museum and engaged in some serious Czech tasting paddles - see Diagram 1. He'd also heard about a Monastery on ...

    Transvestites, Porn Stars, and Cows

    A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 24, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... our last day to see the sites in Prague, as tomorrow will mostly be spent in Terezin, an hour away. Over the last few days we've learned so much about the people of the Czech Republic. So much of their history has been tainted by the occupation of oppressive regimes, but their independent spirit stayed alive until 1989 when they finally gained their independence. The lasting impression is undoubtedly the incredible architecture seen on every corner. The squares that ...

    Day Two: Slavs and Hapsburgs and Jan Hus : Oh my !

    A travel blog entry by kgraney on May 21, 2014

    11 photos

    ... he was into alchemy and astrology), one of Maria Theresa's daughters, and assorted wives of the king of Bohemia (They buried them 4 to a grave ! Humph !) are all there. It was awesome.

    Things just got better when we went to the Castle proper and saw a real jousting hall (plus the steps that the horses came up through into the hall (so thoughtful!), but most importantly, saw what has arguably been the highlight so far : THE window ...

    Good King Wenseslas looked out...

    A travel blog entry by cemewa on Dec 22, 2013

    15 photos

    ... the car till we left on Monday. Beauty. We walked to the nearby Christmas markets, had a bratwurst and booked seats for a Christmas concert by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra the following evening. The festive season was in full swing and it seemed that every twenty-something in Europe was in Prague to celebrate Christmas. People were at the markets enjoying sausages, warm mulled wine and a Czech Christmas pastry of ...