Angelo Hotel Prague

Radlicka 1-G, Prague, Bohemia, 150 00, 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 Havel's Apartment Block.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Angelo Hotel Prague

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Prague! I finally did it!

    A travel blog entry by praguelandia on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment

    ... Once you actually talk to Czech people they are lovely, just not as outwardly friendly and sociable as I am used to. Beer is very cheap and abundant. Food is reasonably priced. School supplies were surprisingly expensive. I love my flat and my class mates though.

    I can't wait to explore more this weekend and I will post many photos soon...but for now, back to my lesson plan then a pivo!
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    Prague - 101 photos don't capture it all

    A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 19, 2014

    103 photos

    ... it into Austrian Hapsburg Dynasty Czechs became Germanized for 500years. During WW1 created army Core of Czechoslovakia 1918-1938 WW2 The concentration camp at Terezin: theaters, schools, kindergartens A stage set for the Inspections of human rights organizations. To show the world what a perfect world they had created for the Jewish people. Assassination! Paratroopers went through intensive training in Scotland in order to kill ...

    Ham and Cheese Popcorn Stains

    A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 26, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... Czech, which makes it a thousand times cooler for me. Every time I leave the country I search high and low for shirts in different languages, and almost EVERY time I can find nothing but stupid sayings in boring old English. Why in the world would someone in Sweden want a shirt that says California Surfer Dude??? I can't figure it out. We were in the tents for hours, and by the time we couldn't eat any more (because our stomachs had already collectively swelled to the size ...

    A change of pace

    A travel blog entry by mhopper on Mar 30, 2014

    9 photos

    ... and the other 3, were Ethiopian. I was also pleased to be near the front because I feared it would be a frantic start with so many people in limited space.

    I was pleasantly surprised to find a moderate pace off the start line with no pushing. I was so pleased that I suddenly decided I would display my appreciation by kissing the ground. A trip to the pavement occurred before I had time to think about what was happening. After a couple of ...

    The Angry Babushka

    A travel blog entry by another-sky on Sep 30, 2013

    6 photos

    ... era was not all that bad. In the communist state, everyone had a home, food and employment. Certainly the abundance, of strip clubs, blatant prostitution, casinos and homeless beggars combined with the materialistic indulgences of high end, name brand glitz - which is the modern Prague - gives one pause to think about the future of a free and unfettered Global Village. But these are weighty subjects and I looked for something more mundane ...