No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Tuchlovice
... Fabien and was ALSO from Bordeaux! Fabien had just come from a friend’s vineyard, and is touring around for a couple of months before he starts his new job in France. After the end of the tour, we decided to go back through the Jewish district and explore the synagogues we had seen. We entered the Pink Synagogue, which had the names of every Jew from the Czech Republic that had been killed in the holocaust. The names filled every room ...
... so my room was ready! I can't say how relieved I was - in spite of a reasonably good sleep on the train, I felt exhausted. I had breakfast in the dining room (yes, more cheese and ham) and settled into my quaint little room. I promptly fell asleep until lunchtime! I tried not to feel bad about losing a morning of my brief stint in Prague - I seem to feel guilty if I 'waste' time! I obviously needed the sleep. I took ...
Today was a sad day. It marked the beginning of the end of this trip. We flew from Rome back to Prague where we are going to stay for two days until we fly home to Portland. For Abby she is happy to go home but I am having a great time and would be fine to stay for a while longer. I guess everything good comes to an end though so this is that time. But hold on its not over yet. Dad came down to Prague from Brno for the ...
... food, call staff, choose a song on the jukebox, and tell you how much beer you are pouring. They are all connected and a tally is shown up on the big screen, which was a lot of fun for two groups of young lads trying to out drink each other. We ordered a traditional Czech meal of garlic soup and steak tartare. Both were absolutely delicious. The next day we met up in the Old Town square and went walking around looking in some shops. We stopped off at ...
... landlord, finally came at 12:30 (I had told Darcy to go on out and do some Prague because we only had 2 full days here), and he had a screwdriver and a lock
replacement and replaced the darned thing himself. I thought it was going to be me waiting there all day for a locksmith, but Jan did it himself. He charged me the equivalent of $80 but I
gave him a $100 for ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed