Hotel Forrest

Za Cisarskym Mlynem 9, Prague, Bohemia, 17000, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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Prague - Czech it out

A travel blog entry by kittybowlero


... town square, and then on to the powder tower.

Walked past the Josefov cemetery but unfortunately it was closed. Next time I guess. Took a stroll back over the bridge to Kampa Island. Saw some creepy baby sculptures and lots of kids running around.

Decided to climb Petrin Hill before dark. As if I wasn't tired enough I punished my feet and legs with countless stairs and inclines. It was worth it though. I met a wonderful ...


A travel blog entry by lynrobinson


... Pickpocket Express" the no 22 tram. I worried unecessarily. Taking reasonable care we have no problems in the street. Instead we were mugged by a bunch of superannuated swans. With ticket prices half of those at home and an impressive facade to the Hybernia Theatre, an evening seeing a fairytale ballet seemed a good idea. In a decrepit fleapit these poor cygnets couldn't get in line or off their flat feet. We weren't too upset, as far as tourist scams go it was pretty ...

Adios, Paris. Hello, Prague.

A travel blog entry by mariposasrojas


... would have loved this place."
(Especially noteworthy and interesting and new to us was a creamy whipped horseradish. It was amazing. And I am not a horseradish fan.)
Prague feels more full of tourists than Paris. And today we joined the hoards of tourists and climbed pretty steep cobble streets to get to Prague’s Castle, the largest castle complex in Europe, we learned. We saw several beautiful churches, the little house where ...

Prague (May 23 to May 26)

A travel blog entry by loogmord


... dinner, we went for a walk around the general area and I managed to navigate us back through the area of hookers and erotic sex shops. I have never seen Judy walk so fast for a long time.

Next morning, we walked down to the Old Town Square to see the famous astrological clock, a fantastic looking clock complete with an astrological calendar showing the positions of the sun, moon and earth at any time of the day. We later learned in one of ...

Cold Day, Creepy Night

A travel blog entry by courtneyandjosh


... Terezin became a town and people moved in.

However, the nazis saw it as the perfect location for a transit camp. It had two purposes. One was to hold the Jewish people and other captives while the nazis finished constructing the other death camps father east. The second was to serve as a "show camp" for the world to see and address suspicions about what was happening at the other camps.

They presented Terezin as a sort of oasis given to the jews for their management. ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 7 area of Prague, is near Prague Zoo (Zoo Praha), Zlata Ulitzka, Botanical Gardens, and Troja Castle.
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