EA Hotel Julis

Vaclavske namesti 22, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Mucha Museum, Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske namesti), Mustek Metro Station, and Wenceslas Monument.
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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Romance in Prague

    A travel blog entry by ssigmon on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... that we beat the ticketing agents for Czech Airlines by one hour. When we did check in, they sent us to another desk to pay an extra fee for a too heavy bag. We returned to the ticketing agent who told Jim that their policy was for only one carry on bag per person but since she had not made that clear, he could carry his back pack & our pink & white polka dot bag. We got through security easily. The departure board said gate D 50. Since we were so early ...

    Days Seven and Eight: Walkin' and Talkin'

    A travel blog entry by kgraney on May 28, 2014

    13 photos

    ...and learning and eating and laughing...

    Apologies for the delay in getting out the latest edition of the Skidmore Prague Spring blog--we have been having altogether too many adventures !

    Monday morning, our string of good luck with the weather continued as we took at "walking seminar" tour of Prague entitled "Jesuits and Hapsburgs" (shout out to all the Holy Cross and JVC alums out there !). We began at the Bethlehem Chapel, where Jan ...

    Viva Las Praha!

    A travel blog entry by nicknallygio on Apr 23, 2014

    74 photos

    ... date. Now it is a place that you take your last." This locally guided private tour was a 4-hour eating and drinking extravaganza that left us all in post-Thanksgiving-dinner-like food comas. Jan was an extremely amiable Czech-born English translator with first-hand knowledge of the rocky road that his native country had followed to finally arrive at "foodie" relevance. The son of an imprisoned father who had been incarcerated for attempting to flee communist rule, and a ...

    Subjective tango opinion

    A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Apr 08, 2014

    ... agrees with me and it is ok. I also don't read all the posts, blogs, books in the world. I have my own taste, my favourite writers I relate to, books I read again and again ( Herman Hesse - Steppenwolf is one of them).
    As a "wanna be writer" I also sometimes make things more dramatic - to get to the point.
    Because tango can be drama as well. It was born through drama - the immigrants arriving to Buenos Aires, had this feeling of longing for people, families, ...

    Prague

    A travel blog entry by lchamberlin on Aug 23, 2013

    1 photo

    ... sorts of teas.
    We met Irena and Pavel at the park and walked down to a bar close by. It was really good to talk with them about Prague and the Czech Republic and they caught up on Kiwi news from us. We tried the Czech version of Coke - its much less sweet and more spicy - very refreshing on a hot day. Then we walked down to John Lennons wall and looked at the graffiti on it. The wall started as a way for desenters to protest the communist regime and ...