Casa Edith Stein

U Pernikarky 2A/111, Prague, Bohemia, 150 00, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Travels with my daughter, phase one

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Aug 03, 2014

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... video experiences led one to feel like a character in a Kafka story. Leaving the museum, we stopped back at Shakespeare Books because I was hungry for books written in English (yes, Vienna has a branch also, but it's not in an area I get to often.) From there we were finally able to find the John Lennon wall, where there was a street musician performing, surprise, surprise, Beatles music.

We had dinner at an ancient brewpub (since 1499) not too far from the hotel, ...

Tango will never leave

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on May 25, 2014

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... of not dancing..And I needed that to clear my head.To be with my friends and with me only.To write,to sing,to stand in a rain with my friend,hands above my head absorbing the rain drops on every inch of my body.To feel different connection.Yet when I came back on the dancefloor I was full of it,again.The music,people and embraces Tango can always wait for you..when you are ready to go for it once again and again and ...

Pretty Much Perfect Prague

A travel blog entry by gaplyf on Dec 16, 2013

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... however the saints in heaven were not sure if it opened anymore and it appeared they were right. As we searched high and low for two hours but we were left sorely dissapointed when we headed home, with our disco shoes not getting a dance. Monday was designated Lauras earn respect day from the disater of Modling which is now known as the day of mourning, as she planned a trip to Kunta Hora. Specifically we headed out by train for about an hour to see the famous ...

Last Day in Prague

A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 13, 2013

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... and yellow in the center, to green, and then a cold blue/violet on the outline. It is a truly awe-inspiring piece.

The other big attractions in the Cathedral were the graves of the first rulers of Bohemia, a very ornate, all silver grave of some really important priest whose name escapees me, and the grave of St. Wenceslas. St. Wenceslas is very important to the Czech people, which is why so many buildings, ...

Free Walking Tour in Prague

A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Jul 21, 2013

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... Synagogue , the Maisel Synagogue and the Old Jewish Cemetery. Though the cemetery was closed to us we could see how over the 400 years of ghetto existence, with 200 years where Jews were only allowed to bury within ghetto, they couldn't expand the cemetery out so went up, 12 levels, where graves were layered one on top the other. This cemetery was apparently the inspiration for the artist of the Jewish Memorial in Berlin I mentioned and ...