Hotel Lunik

50 Londynska, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by europe50


... enjoyed a Pina Colada at a waterfront cafe opposite the castle then went on a cruise of the river. I met a delightful Aussie couple who I spent the evening with, sharing travel experiences in Old Town Square over a few drinks :). It was a very relaxing and pleasant day. I really enjoyed Prague and would have liked to stay longer but the next accomodation I had booked had a no refund policy, so I had to leave :). I will return here one day :). ...


A travel blog entry by jakobetz


... in pork, get the pork. After lunch, we went a-wandering.  Easy to do because Prague's streets and maps defy straight path navigation.  And not just because the only map our hotel had was in Italian. Another tip, when you get to Prague, buy a good map, don't rely on the freebie from the tourist information desk either.  The map is too small to read the bus and tram information.  The metro is also challenging because while you can ...

Czech Beer

A travel blog entry by danielpinno


... look at the Charles Bridge, an old and very famous bridge in Prague. There was a piano on the side of the street that anyone could come and play as part of an art project by one of the local businessmen. I thought it was a really good idea so I also took a turn banging out a tune.

As we neared the Charles Bridge the crowds started growing more and more. On the bridge it was wall to wall people with everyone trying to take advantage of the Saturday afternoon ...

The 8th Month

A travel blog entry by nicoleau93


... day with the Queens Mother so am now technically celebrating for both of us. Chin chin, your Highness! So the birthday plans are as follows... First of all, waking up somewhere fabulous was essential. Obviously we first chose Prague, then we managed to find, much to my delight, a 4* hotel that we could actually afford. GET IN!! I'm not sure either of us has ever been so excited about the prospect of a bath and a cup of tea (obviously we did our ...

Walking through the Old Town

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque


... site of all of the major protests and events. It was here that the Nazis staged their entrance in WW2, where the Communist had their rallies and where the revolution began that threw out the communists in 1989. Now the square is lined with high-end shops and restaurants. Amongst the newer shop buildings are old apartment buildings that date from the early 1800s. Those older buildings are very ornate while the newer buildings are plain.

On our way ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 2 area of Prague, is near State Opera, National Technical Museum (Narodni technicke museum), Wittmann Tours, and National Museum (Narodni muzeum).
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