Hotel U Brány

Nerudova 21, Prague, Bohemia, 118 00, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by rachbritton


... the city seeing the Charles Bridge, the bridge towers, old town bridge tower, old town hall and astronomical clock / clock tower, Jewish quarter, old town square, Jan Hus statue, and Tyn church.

As many of our group head off with the guide to visit a local bar, some tour friends and I go in search of a classic jazz bar. Ever since our guide told me that Prague was the place for jazz bars I have been waiting out for a night ...

Nuremberg and Prague

A travel blog entry by parkies


Hello! We have made it to beautiful Prague and have been blessed with clear blue skies after a week of clouds and drizzle. Before coming to Prague we spent a day in Nuremberg. Very interesting place but is quite a dark city especially their dark Nazi history and the over-the-top architecture that Hitler insisted of the buildings. He also built ...

Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by parkes


... the city, and had lattes and strudel, mmmmm. Set off again uphill to Petrin Hill and the liebkins mounted the stairs in the Czechs answer to France's Eiffel Tower, just not quite as tall, Ross and I coffee'd at the bottom in yet another cafe. Headed down hill and found yet another lovely place to sit and look over Prague, and of course to use the toilet you have to buy cafe, not a problem in this group.

Mike decided we need to hire bikes so he found ...

Prague Castle - wow!

A travel blog entry by picaroon


... of the world i.e. dogs can go into any shop, they can stay in hotels, they can even go into cafes and restaurants and believe or not their menu options are listed on the menu before kids.

· Food is served all day to midnight and with a full menu regardless of time of day, makes us query why Aus has so many rules on what meal to be served when regardless of consumer choice or ...

Begin the beginning

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque


... into 5 distinct areas, each with its own attractions and culture. The Mala Stratna is located between the Castle District and the Vltava River which runs thru the middle of the city. The streets in this district are mostly cobblestone and are in good condition. The area is very clean and also very colorful. Most of the buildings date from the 1500s and are well preserved. Clearly this is a touristy part of town and we pass by many shops selling ...

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