Apartments Romantika

Address: Trziste 21, Prague, CZ-110 00 , Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Czech us out!

A travel blog entry by crabby on Jul 14, 2015

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... The money thing is frying our brains as well as they give us prices in Euro and Czech crown-things which takes us 15 minutes to get into US $$'s.

Today we rode the funicular up the hills on the 'new' side to see the mirror maze and mini Eiffel Tower, appropriate on Bastille day. We walked around town square and had roughly 10 versions of goulash (actually quite good & not much at all like the Hamburger Helper version back home).

Tonight Bill & I went to ...

The diversity of the Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on Apr 10, 2015

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... so many bones. The story goes, a blind monk wanted to make a memorial to the 40,000 people who were buried at the site of the church and so he arranged the bones in a decorative fahion. Not sure how much of it is true, but a cool story nonetheless. One of the most striking features of the church is the giant bone chandelier which is suspended by a network of mandibles (jaw bones) dangling from the ceiling. Certainly a place to visit, if you’re not to weirded out by ...

Day 7: Vienna to Prague (202 miles)

A travel blog entry by kkma1387 on Apr 01, 2015

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... we saw the ample evidence in the architecture of the buildings of the bygone days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Habsburg Dynasty, the influence of the older Crown of Bohemia and Great Moravian Empire, but also the scars of war and the tell-tale marks of the communist political pressure in the statues, monuments and skyline. As we exited the dual carriageway of the Wilsonova motorway towards one of the city's Hilton hotels we reflected on the many cultures which ...

Ahoj from Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by alison_tran on Oct 09, 2014

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... for me to describe this place - it's the same look and feel as what you'd see in the Shrek movies :) There was also an amazing busker singing on the streets as well as a group of people who randomly broke out into a dance routine. At almost 9pm we decided to have a small dinner before calling it a night. Karen settled for a McHappy Meal consisting of a salad, a drink, and a pear-flavoured sundae. It also came with the world's most complicated McHappy Meal toy - a ...

Prague to Paris

A travel blog entry by dicktracey on Jul 04, 2014

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... so spent the afternoon resting. 10th July 9am start today. Coach into the village of Bamberg. Misty rain but proceeded with a local guide - a Uni student - and umbrellas. They have a market in the town square Monday to Friday. Lots of fresh fruit and veges and flowers. We don't need to buy anything because there is plenty of food on the boat. Had a coffee and then had 2 hours to wander through the town. All the towns and villages have red geraniums everywhere. 11thJuly ...