Hotel Kettner

Lublanska 23, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague


A travel blog entry by sammyjoy


Prague is such a beautiful city, with many old buildings and winding cobblestone streets. When we first got into town, our tour manager took us for a walk around, and after being there so many times managed to get us lost and we got the "extended tour" around the town square. Everyone had a big night in Berlin the night before, so they weren't very pleased, but it was good because we'd seen so much of the city already. The ...

The Sassy Seven

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec


... were finished there, we headed over to the touristy areas and perused the souvenir shops and vendors selling Bohemian crystal. We stopped by the same square we were at last night and saw the old Town Hall as well as the fabulously pretty Astronomical Clock. We then continued to check out the city, just walking through the streets. All through this time, I had a vague notion of where we were compared to the hostel and river, so that was good. ...

Our second day in Prague

A travel blog entry by fitchett


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David had a meeting scheduled for 3 pm and Marion did her usual trawl through shops that she had not been to yet but bought nothing. The dilemma is always that it has to be carried home and there is not a lot of room left in the suitcases as it is. The weather was extremely hot and drinks were the only thing really worth buying.

We decided to go for a walk into the old town before having dinner in ...


A travel blog entry by andy40le43


... out that we are the only ones on the tour. Eva intrigues us with her stories of ancient Praha - the city that was once the capital of The Holy Empire of Rome, through the rule of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, through the Nazi German torture and the Soviet USSR neglect, to present day. So sad for such a lovely city. But so happy since the emancipation of the peaceful 'Velvet Revolution’ of 1989. We head over to Prague Castle and walk the old laneways ...

Tears, beers and cheers!

A travel blog entry by robsons


... 118,000+ Jews were living in Prague before WWII. About 80,000 of them died in the camps. It boggles the mind to think of how this happened. I can't comprehend it at all. A few tears shed in the memorial hall.

The Jewish cemetery is a lot higher than the level of the surrounding road. The reason, is that as the Jews were only allowed in the Ghetto section they couldn't expand the cemetery. In places there are 12 layers of bodies, people ...


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