ApartHotel Angel

Address: Karla Englise 3221/2, Prague, 15000, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Praha 5 area of Prague, is near Frank Gehry's "Fred & Ginger" House, Funicular Railway, Staropramen Visitor's Centre, and The Globe.
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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Easter Weekend in Prague

    A travel blog entry by coreymeredith on Apr 06, 2015

    45 photos

    ... during the Plague of the 1200s. The men carried a cross and a statue of Jesus. Afterwards, we returned to the church and began mass. Even though I missed my home church and did not know any of the catholic traditions, I was still glad to be there on Easter. Afterwards, 3 of us went to the Globe Café and had a gigantic brunch. I had English breakfast tea and the “lumberjack breakfast”. It was great to have some English type breakfast foods! ...

    The Todd, Michal & the Polish Pool Beatdown

    A travel blog entry by euro_creep on Oct 20, 2014

    3 photos

    ... some coffees to even myself out.

    After wandering around taking touristy photos for a day and purchasing some more muesli for the van (well it was for me but is stored in the van) I headed for home. Now the tram was easy enough and I made it to the bus station I needed without incident.

    Things swiftly went south however as Google deserted me. Rather my sim cards (I've got a UK one also) were up to **** all so I had no way to 'just ask Google' how to get ...

    Prague - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 30, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... quite a few here) Ina talked about the devastating impact the russian control of Czechoslovakia had on religion. While it was not illegal to practice a christian faith, there was no reward in it. Catholic children were not allowed to go to university, they basically left school at 15 and went to work in factories. Their papers were marked and travel to anywhere inside the country was extremely limited. Some tried to hide their faith by holding mass in their homes, ...

    Last Day in Prague

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 12, 2014

    3 photos

    ... emotions the prisoners had when being led into this area.

    The virtual tour is online: https://www.hrad.cz/en/prague-castle/vi rtual-tour/index.shtml

    We met Dieter and Inge, not where we’d arranged but actually in the bathroom at the Lobkowicz Palace, just next to the castle. Since it was time for a late lunch we found a restaurant on a terrace overlooking the city.

    After lunch we wanted to pick up some champagne and ...

    Occupying Prague

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Apr 03, 2014

    29 photos

    ... s hesitation. Czech’s have a reputation, which they’re proud of I should add, of drinking. A lot. George wasted no time telling us this, possibly as an apology for his appearance, and went on to explain its origins.

    "We are a ********e by people, but we drink because for a long time, we haven’t had a say in the things done to us", he explained. "When the Nazi’s were here, when the Soviets sort of rescued us, we had no army, no nothing. What did we ...