Hotel Dante Alighieri

Address: Salmovska 14, Prague, 12000, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

21 years later, we went to Prague

A travel blog entry by ramsaysjr on May 23, 2015

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... a street market which had all sorts of things from fruit and souvenirs to arts/crafts and fresh baked goods. Beautiful weather and lots of patios in this city. Cool.

The afternoon trek up the funicular to Petrin Hill was fun too. Too many other tourists around for my liking, but definitely looking forward to seeing more of the lesser-known side of the city tomorrow on our 'Prague Alternative Tour'.

Alex's turn:
We went on a tour that took us all ...

Night Train to Transcentral

A travel blog entry by susannah.watt on Dec 19, 2014

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... tiny, were the comfiest of our trip so far and we were out like lights. Arriving in Prague was awesome and we picked up our keys and headed to the pad - aah - palatial space and good light.  We were a stones throw from the Charles Bridge and right on the water. A quick chill and then we headed out to explore a little and get some supplies - a cup of tea was top of the list. So far I have not been able to avoid bread or find gluten free ...

August 25-26, the Final 48

A travel blog entry by murkypig on Aug 25, 2014

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... bought 50% ownership of the airport. Thus explaining why the signage around the terminals and grounds are in English, Russian and Korean. As Peter says, no one understands the latter on the boards. Peter was also helpful leading us into the departure hall (terminal) and showing us the Delta Airlines seasonal check-in counter. A few notes about traveling abroad, and for Ruzyne (PRG). The airport has free wifi, useful to connect with airlines via Twitter when no ...

Falling in love with Prague

A travel blog entry by gmattson on Aug 07, 2014

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... of our afternoon touring the synagogues and learning the history of huge Jewish faith. It got a bit long and it wasn't what I was expecting. The last synagogue that we visited had more history and artifacts from WWII and that was very interesting and sad. The kids got quite bored and didn't much appreciate visiting all of these places. However, they kept going and didn't complain too much. :) Then we walked back along the river to Charles Bridge to go get dinner. It was a ...

Bone Church, Kutna Hora and Prague

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jun 04, 2014

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... was open and what trains I needed to get and the timing worked out perfectly. I got to the train station, bought my return ticket, and only had to wait about ten minutes for the train. I got on and a Spanish family (father, mother and daughter) sat next to me. I ended up chatting with them for the hour ride to Kutna Hora and ran into them a few times during the day in the town as well. The father (Juan) gave me his business card and said that I can ...