Hotel Palma

Turnovska 4, Prague, Bohemia, 180 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Chakra Roots

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney

... be full of all these students, and quickly decided that this would not be the best time to have her first experience in the dorm. We researched some more hostels and found a good one. We thanked the hostel receptionist for letting us use their wifi, and he gave us directions and how to catch the bus. We took the bus to the subway and navigated ourselves to this next hostel. The hostel was right next the main bus station. Usually those arent the best place to stay but this one ...

This is amazing! :D

A travel blog entry by maggiekr


... the id it was beautiful, Prague is a wonderful mixture of old with new. A lot of their old buildings were preserved because there was not a lot of fighting there during WWII. Walking through Prague was so marvelous that I cherished every moment.
Getting the id did not take long luckily, and then once everyone was ready we went on with the tour. It started to rain so all we were able to do was see the concert hall and an art ...

Beautiful City

A travel blog entry by briankmcarthur


... city (Mustek), The stunning bank,,Ceska Sporitela, Wenceslas Square and St. Wenceslas Monument( on his horse), went to the Jewish Qtr and saw the oldest Synagog in Europe as well as the Tiny Door to the Cemetery, Palacky's Square,National Museum, Petin Lookout Tower( saw from a distance as we we awalking back to the centre of Lesser Town Rudolfinum the home of the Czech Philharmonic since 1945, boat on the longest river in Prague the Vitava ( 430 kms) and of ...

On the Road to Prague

A travel blog entry by kbarnes


After what was supposed to be 15 (but was actually 13 for us) days on board the Aegir we reach the end of our riverboat journey. We have our last breakfast and say good-bye to acquaintances we have made. We had packed the night before and successfully finagled to find room for our purchases.

The first night that we had spent on the ship, Joanne and I sat in the Lounge all alone and enjoyed looking out as we sailed. It felt SO good to be there. We ...


A travel blog entry by nikkiandgrant12

... for luck, all the other statues were black with centuries of pollution but this one had patches of gold showing where millions of tourists had rubbed it for luck.....a very silly superstition ( but I rubbed it just in case).... We climbed the hill to Prague Castle...just when you think you have seen enough castles you are standing in front of a brilliant, ancient building, whcih overlooks the majestic city of Prague...and SNOW starts to coat the ...


This hotel, located in the Praha 8 area of Prague, is near Castle District (Hradcany), Petrin Tower (Rozhledna), Military Museum, and Lidice Memorial.
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