Florentina Boat Hotel

Dvorakovo nabrezi, Dock nr. 7 street, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | 2 star hotel
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    Relationships and tango

    A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on May 06, 2014

    Recently I read quite a few interesting articles about relationships and tango. In every community (dancing community, art community, music industry, religious community,tribes,work,friends, gardening fans, you name it) we are bound to meet interesting people. It is in our nature to share and only through interacting we can reach the wholeness. Without the darkness there is no light, without the jing there is no jang, without each other we would all vanish and there would be no ...

    Tour Day 18

    A travel blog entry by davo19 on Jan 10, 2014

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    Travel day to Prague Breaky @8am good breaky - I had peach yogurt, and a roll with salami and cheese in it. Also had some Philadelphia cheese on the roll. Had a coffee that actually tasted like coffee! The sugar is called 'tea candy' it is sugar, but the size of large rock salt - took forever to stir in! Leave @9am First services in 3 hours, Lunch Another 3 hours. Then arrive in Prague.Meg's takes us on a walking ...

    Prague

    A travel blog entry by lynrobinson on Sep 02, 2013

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    ... miss" sights , Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and the astronomical clock. There's a museum I want to visit. In the 70s it was my teenage desire to have a copy of an art nouveau poster by Alfons Mucha. I discover he was a serious artist and along with the still desirable posters, responsible for a magnificent window in St Vitus Cathedral. Four days in Prague pass very quickly. In the bright sunshine it is an eye wateringly beautiful city. From the heights of the castle terracotta ...

    Pragueing around

    A travel blog entry by newagenomad on Aug 02, 2013

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    ... and looked at the interiors of this Synagogue its time and money well spent.
    The Old-New Synagogue - (13th Century) well this is one of the oldest functioning Synagogue in Europe for that alone it's worth a visit. Also it is surrounded in Jewish legends and tales so it makes for a good stop to chat with local Jewish Museum staff.

    D) The Little Quarter and Kampa Island- I love these areas. Cobbled maze like streets and very high on the authentic Prague ...

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    A travel blog entry by billhall on Jun 20, 2013

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... was a little unkempt. Old cast iron light standards were rusty with peeling paint, something one doesn't see in Western Europe, and the shelters were very basic and not at all ornamental. But it works and we took on passengers. I've also noticed that the train is "louder" on the rails than it was in Austria. This is usually a sign that things aren't installed to the tolerances we've become used to in Austria.

    The passengers look ...