Apostolic Residence

Staromestské nám. 26, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

A Memorable Second Day

A travel blog entry by burtonnm

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... and Municipal House Hall are located. Municipal House Hall is a beautiful Art Nouveau concert and performance hall built in 1912 by the city of Prague. We took an interesting tour and learned about the history of the building. We learned that it still functions as a concert venue today and anyone can rent it out (if you can afford it). I told Mom maybe I will hold my wedding reception here one day...

During our tour it began to rain outside. The wind ...

Prague - Day 3, Saturday

A travel blog entry by joanenelson

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... an ambulance to arrive. The man had responded and was taken away sitting in a wheelchair. The quartet came back on stage (they had all gone to assist the man) and the concert continued. It finished to a standing applause which demanded an encore. On reaching the station our train was delayed for an hour allowing us plenty of time to write postcards. We are now ensconced in our little cabin tucked up in our bunks. Night night. ...

Act 3. Watch out for his friends.

A travel blog entry by rlsjhos

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... soon. Most of it was touristy stuff (surprise, surprise) but there were a couple of fascinating bits. The last 2 shots of Lee and the spot are in the Prague Castle complex, the largest area castle in Europe (don't worry I listen pretty carefully) and on this spot your voice is really strongly acoustically modified and it sounds like you are speaking through a microphone. It's really uncanny and quite spooky but fun. We loved ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by bradtravelling

... salon where jousting knights use to battle for honor and glory. Then we learned about defenestration, when the king ordered for someone to be thrown out of a very high window. After the palace we walked through the golden lane, which was a street where the artisans of the king lived, especially goldsmiths. We also saw a museum of medieval armor, where the coats of arms of many knights were displayed. ...

Capitalism, Communism, Can't get there from here

A travel blog entry by billhall

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... s a ***** and then you die".

Back to meet Bill and we had lunch after we watched the astronomical clock do its thing. Walked to St. Wenceslas' square to admire his statue and walk through some other sites Rick Steve's points out including a huge upside down horse being ridden by Wenceslas statue hanging in a vestibule. Done by David Cerny who is a famous Czech artist.

I really liked Prague for the most part. It was very crowded with tourists and ...

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