EA Hotel Crystal Palace

Mala Stepanska 17, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews EA Hotel Crystal Palace Prague

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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Prague Castle and Mala Strana

    A travel blog entry by akandaa on Sep 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... it was time for a break at the castle cafe, including a pitcher of Kozel dark. Hey, it was cheaper than two glasses! It hadn't rained at all so far, but it was getting dark and cold. As we walked down the hill it seemed to warm up and we stayed dry all day. We wandered around the narrow streets and finally found the Wallenstein palace gardens. This palace is also the location of the Czech senate. This isn't a flower ...


    A travel blog entry by mike.hendry on May 07, 2014

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... Vltava. I was only 11, the conversation I recall, which part of Prague at the time I cannot, although if you pointed a gun at me and asked, I'd say Karlin. It doesn't matter.

    Anyway, congratulations to the Prague Metro on reaching 40. Worth a mention because it really is one of the outstandingly well run public transport systems anywhere in the world.

    In keeping with earlier comments and observations about the number of holidays the ...


    A travel blog entry by paulausman on Apr 29, 2014

    5 photos

    ... I've ever bought. To my great pleasure, they also sold metro tickets there; I got one.

    Once out of the metro system, followed the easy directions to the hostel. The girl tells me my room will cost 810kc plus a 100kc deposit for the key. Another heart attack. But I also didn't have enough so I went across the street to get more money. Once checked in, went for a short walk (by this trip's standard). I got to practise my currency conversions in the countless souvenir ...

    Nothing Like Traveling with a Sister

    A travel blog entry by emilyjacobs on Mar 15, 2014

    10 photos

    ... She was able to enjoy a proper refectory (dinning hall) meal. The next day Natalie, Andrea, and I walked to Abbey Road Studios which is also very close to Regent's Park. We did the shameless walk across the cross way. It was fun to do and even better to watch other people attempt it. Seeing the studio was really cool and pretty surreal to be there. That night we went to Andreas favorite (cheap) place to eat called The Court. The meal and drinks were ...


    A travel blog entry by sfboyle on Oct 11, 2013


    ... in pristine condition. So much so that at times it looks a bit 'twee'. This has made it a tourist Mecca and ....... Oh the crowds. (I have to become more tolerant of Americans - I can't accept the sense of entitlement that they bring to situations - a right to dominate - the way they do as a nation on the international stage - we need an America with a more refined sensibility - Steve Earle where are you?).
    On our first night we decided to seek out ...