Attractive Penzion

Smetanovo nabrezi 14, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague to Paris

A travel blog entry by dicktracey on Jul 04, 2014

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... for a 1/2 hour trip to a Friary in Engelberg. After a cuppa and cake, and a short chat with Father David, we were free to explore the beautiful chapel and gardens which were also beautiful, the vineyard, and admire the view over the town below. There were only 4 friars living at the friary, but they had lots of visitors who could stay overnight, and a lot of tourists groups who stopped by. We then went back by coach to Freudensberg for lunch at a wine cellar, and ...

Day 2 - Exploring Old Town

A travel blog entry by djh1959 on Jan 03, 2014

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We then continued our self styled walking tour, looking at Wenceslas Square, the Powder Tower, various churches and into the Jewish Quarter. It was getting late and dark by then, so we looked at the outside area of the Jewish Cemetery, but were all too tired to go inside.

Day 32: museums and concert

A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jul 13, 2013

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... We went to some areas to figure out where to pay the bill but no one spoke English! Eventually told that the department was closed. So then we got a tram and train back to hostel then met the boys for museums. We got lunch from stalls then went to the torture museum. It was interesting but disturbing what they did to ppl. Prob not all that different to what intelligence agencies or governments that use ...

Everywhere you look there is something interesting

A travel blog entry by picaroon on Jul 11, 2013

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Arrived in Prague, dropped our bags and began our explorations by foot. Headed into old town. Foods stalls are in full show, aromas and colours are tantalising and the crowds are happy - spit roast pig, every type of potato, saukraut, roast veggies, paella, sausages, gigantic doughnut things on a stick, chocolate covered everything's in all sorts of shapes and sizes, pastries, breads, ice cream, sorbet and unlimited choice of beer or wine. Even Phil has to pause for breath ...


A travel blog entry by depaysement on Jun 09, 2013

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... enthusiastic, as they only get paid by tips and so need to impress. This time we had an Australian guide called Ashley, who had moved to Prague because his wife was Czech. The tour started with the astronomical clock which is apparently the 3rd most disappointing tourist attraction in Europe, however as I wasn't aware of it at all previously I wasn't too disappointed. You can certainly see why it would be a let down if you had travelled to Prague purely to see the ...