Hotel Kettner

Lublanska 23, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Goodbye to Oktoberfest :(

A travel blog entry by 2girls1world

Today we are heading out of Munich and onto Prague. We packed up camp, Sarah and I threw away our second little tent :( it has served us well but we have a much bigger and better one now! Said bye to everyone and made our way to the train station.
Booked onto the next train out of Munich to Prague. Train ride wasn't too bad, about six ...

Free Walking Tour in Prague

A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin

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After chatting with Ches and catching up on things at home we headed off to meet our Sandemans Free walking tour guide, Tijo, who was passionate about the history of Prague and made an amazing guide for the day, entertaining us with factual information, personal anecdotes, myths and his own personal tips on surviving Prague on a hot, busy day. We started in the Old Town Square (Staromestske namesti) to learn about the Gothic steeples of Tyn ...

Bohemia

A travel blog entry by jcleiker3

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... By pure luck we stumbled into the changing of the guard ceremony in the first courtyard of the castle. It lasted about 15 minutes and was pretty neat. From there we toured St. Victor Church, which sits inside the castle grounds. Being that the castle was from the medieval period, it was much more gothic than the others we have seen.

In the afternoon we went down to the old town square and grabbed a bite to ...

02/06/13 - Day 75 - Vienna to Prague

A travel blog entry by adamis

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... been drenching Central Europe for a couple of days. The result of this is a significant amount of flooding throughout the region. It's a lot more serious than I first though: last I heard there was one person dead in Germany and two others missing here in the Czech republic... The river in Prague was high, muddy and rushing, and had actually started to break it's banks in a couple of places. The famous Charles Bridge was completely closed off by police, and some ...

Pickpocketers: 0 Team TLC: 2

A travel blog entry by t-l-c

... knowing nearly all the children had perished.... and seeing drawings just like the kids in my class would draw.... memories of a happier life....as well as drawings graphically showing the life they were experiencing in the war.

From there we climbed the towere in the square.... awesome views of the old town! We walked across Charles Bridge, seeing the buskers, artists and tourists that populate the bridge every day. After walking along the river we ...

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