The Golden Horseshoe Hotel

Nerudova 34, Prague, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Praha!

A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Aug 14, 2014

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... were bigger than our stomachs and we stupidly ordered 20 wings with fries. We got 23. Woohoo! But only ten in and we were stuffed. Yay wings for dinner. And they weren't that bad the second time around either. After Dan finished his gallon of beer ;) we wandered again. We found a chocolate museum! We went through a part of it and watched them make some chocolates and something that looked like taffy. We even got a sample of marzipan. Dan and I don't like marzipan ...

Overwhelmingness

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 11, 2014

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... famous clock at the Town Hall. On the hour, there is a huge crown in front of it, all waiting for it to move. It's cool, but not as great as everybody says it it. Basically, the little skeleton comes and rings a bell.

I also climbed the clock tower, or at least part of it. There is an elevator that takes you up some of it. At the top is a great view of the city as a whole, but also of the immediate area surrounding the tower. I don't ...

October 17th - Prague

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Oct 17, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... was cut short as I noticed we were being followed. It felt very unsafe, crowded and became clear that we needed to get back home. This was a stressful time and unfortunately made Milly and I even more nervous and anxious. We just wanted to be home and safe, although now Ro and I weren’t even confident we were safe there.

We began our evening with a cup of tea and a check in of the fire situation. Ro and I discussed ...

A guided tour

A travel blog entry by cowling on Oct 05, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... she said there was a small community of North Vietnamese, a hangover from the Communist era, but that was about all. Presumably politics and a less affluent country kept immigrants away.

We had what I hoped would be a quick breakfast before our tour. The glacial speed of the waitress nearly derailed this. We were mostly surrounded by Germans and I noticed a couple of tables of these guys drinking beer - at 10.30 in the ...

Prague - day 2

A travel blog entry by rojaleca on Sep 16, 2013

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... museum, I walked across the bridge to the castle district. The atmosphere was much nicer - it seemed quieter and more quaint. The tram headed up a great hill to the Prague palace grounds. I loved seeing nearby St Vitus Cathedral, a beautiful gothic (I'm getting good at identifying these eras!) church. I got some good photos inside. I was pretty pleased with my afternoon - I'd managed to cram in both the old town and the castle district, the main ...

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