Hotel White House

Markova 10, Prague, Bohemia, 158 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Is getting an earlier train a good idea?

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 11, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... station - if the lights are in our favour. It took less than an hour to walk down to Jiraskuv most (the bridge near the dancing house). I love that house - I had to use the photo that shows the legs too. The walk there was really interesting; no tables and chairs out on the street even though there were lots of shops. There was a lot of work going on - replacing the tram lines and putting down new pavers (tiny pavers) on the sidewalks. Lots ...

Good King Wenseslas looked out...

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Dec 22, 2013

15 photos

... but Prague is a magnificent and inspiring city.  This Christmas there lay no snow in Prague "deep and crisp and even," as in the carol of Good King Wenceslas, but in the history, the music, the designs, the politics, and the warmth of the people there is a generosity that fulfils the promise: "Therefore, Christian men be sure. Wealth or rank possessing. Ye who now will bless the poor. Shall yourselves find blessing."  ...

Prague Day 2

A travel blog entry by andrewalice on Oct 15, 2013

14 photos

... managed to get a seat near the back. We shared pate for an appetizer and ordered a grilled meat platter for two (which actually looked like it was for a platter for at least 4-5 people) and pork schnitzel. We ended our meal with some caffe lattes.

After lunch we decided to head to the Musuem of Charles Bridge. We paid a nominal fee and went through three small rooms that documented the construction of the Charles Bridge.
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The Gardens beneath Prague Castle plus some

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40 on Jun 28, 2013

17 photos

... With the help of the Czech resistance, the attack was successful but all the paratroopers were trapped in the crypt of this church where they eventually took their own lives. The German retributions for the killing of their leader were severe with hundreds of families tortured and killed. The crypt is maintained as a shrine to the paratroopers and the Czech resistance. This was a very moving place to visit- a sombre start to our day.

A quiet walk was needed ...

City Night Line + Prague Day 1

A travel blog entry by ramseyandjenna on Jun 20, 2013

Amsterdam > Praha City Night Light Rail

We boarded our train and found the six-person couchette according to our reservations. It was a very tight cabin with three vertical bunk beds per side. I was on the top left bunk and Ramsey on middle left bunk bed. In the beginning everything seemed decent. We had a small sandwich each, large bottle of water, and I brought a tiny bottle of wine. We ate our small sandwiches and tried to get situated in our ...