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

Old Town Prague

A travel blog entry by hajduk on Apr 30, 2015

4 comments, 17 photos

... which was closed for lunch so we headed back to the hotel and found they had left me a bottle of champagne and fresh strawberries! (They have been wonderful.)

Barry and I are exhausted so we are grabbing a quick nap and then are heading out for dinner. I'm sure that the time change will hit us hard and we will be in bed early. Tomorrow we have a big day planned at the Prague ...


A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 06, 2014

4 comments, 7 photos

... rather easy to get a bit lost without a map. Very easy to cover a lot of features in a relatively small amount of time. Thanks Ros, the book is invaluable. Place is very busy and interesting with all the food stalls selling local delicacies, some worth eating, others look to be worth avoiding. Cannot get over how many eating establishments there are here, more than anywhere else we have been. Saturday 4th October A reasonably early start to get to ...

Prague to Vienna

A travel blog entry by trappitts on Aug 17, 2014


... and masses of traffic returning from a motorbike race. This had us in a traffic jam for about an hour until we cleared that and finally arrived at the hotel around seven. The lady in the dash board didn't put us on one wrong turn. Went for a walk to a local restaurant but the outside smokers were a little bit too thick on the ground so we went back to the hotel for some goulash and bread ...


A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 14, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... workers getting lunch so that was a good sign.
They do a very nice Apple Strudel so no doubt we will return as we are here for a week. Plenty of other nice looking eateries nearby. The prices certainly seem reasonable - our lunch was 195 Czech Koruna about NZ$12 (25 CK to 1 Euro and 17CK to NZ$1)
Like Hungary and Great Britain the Czech still have their own currency. Some shops will take Euros but it is far more economical to use the local ...

Time to climb some towers in Prague

A travel blog entry by zoe13 on May 07, 2014

... go in, just stand at the door and look in, it was worth it. The walls were lined with books the big ones on the bottom self and getting smaller as the shelves make their way up the walls. The oldest book in the library is from the 9th century. I think it's incredible that books that old have survived through time. The ceilings were covered in intricate paintings and framed by carved marble. After the library we had a short look at the church before heading into part of the ...