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Address: Peroutkova 531, Prague, 158 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Czech mate

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Mar 14, 2015

... it was first built, it was a way of respecting the dead, almost an honour to have ones bones used in the Ossuary (not that one would be aware…..they're dead). Seldec was smaller than I had imagined but amazing nonetheless. There's an enormous chandelier in the middle featuring one of every bone in the entire bone (Steph and I can confirm this, counting all 206) and the bones are laid out so very intricately. Theres even the Czech coat of arms made out of bone to one ...

Just Czechin' out Prague!

A travel blog entry by tague on Jan 31, 2015

1 comment, 59 photos

... out the Prague Astronomical clock and all the shops and fun of downtown. We toured around and enjoyed the sunny day hearing the traditional Czech music on the streets and enjoying the scenery. We crossed the Charles Bridge and entered the hustle and bustle of town before heading up the Letna Park to enjoy the views of the city and rest our feet a little while enjoying the sun. Then a few of us girls went and enjoyed massages at the spa in Prague as everything ...

What is Prague like.

A travel blog entry by jayton on Sep 04, 2014

... scruffy. We were not impressed with the courtyard or the entry hall, but the apartment is nice and large and airy with a good kitchen and bathroom. The furniture is a bit tired but it seems that it is all being upgraded as money becomes available.

Pictures to follow.

The weather has been cold sometimes wet and according to the guide unseasonal, so we are hoping for sun soon !!!!

Prague - Day 4

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 31, 2014

5 photos

... reveal little saws. It was like the Tupperware of weaponry. He also had a very elaborate cocaine box which the officers had on their desks. Apparently cocaine use became popular in Russia when Vodka was banned in 1914. So they switched to "Baltic tea" (tea, wine and coke) Enough about the KGB, back to the jews. Even though we went to the Jewish quarter yesterday, nothing was open because it was saturday. So today I returned for a closer look. I started with the ...

Top deck tour and our sneaky tour leader

A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on Jun 17, 2014

... drive to prague after kaz having to poke Adam to wake him up and then us filling out our feedback forms she then started story time. she started by telling us that yes she had done the training camp tour a few months earlier with deanz, Hold up a few months earlier, as in this year for this to make sense you must realise that she had spent the last 10 days telling us about different trips she had lead and telling us she had she'd been doing it for a year. deanz ...