Hotel White House

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

Fall Break Begins in the Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by ljean

15

... Now when I say castle don't picture a medieval castle or anything with towers. These castles were not the storybook castles I was expecting to tour. They were just like very large elaborate mansions. They were gorgeous don't get me wrong but I was disappointed. I like renaissance style as much as the next interior design major but when you live in Florence it's kind of like been there seen that. It would have made it better if we actually got to go inside but ...

East Is East

A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... cathedral. I'd planned to go there myself just as soon as I'd finished my peanut butter sandwiches and I was pretty sure I had the way figured out, so I pointed them in what I strongly believed to be the right direction and off they went.

But five minutes later they were back again, saying that they'd gone down the hill and it didn't look like it led to the castle. "I'm pretty sure it's this way", one of them said as I slung my bag over my shoulder. "OK," I said a ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by e-gill

16

... a neat exhibit about the 72 tombs they had recently excavated from the church. In all this was the only site in the whole place that I found to have any real history and interest.

Other than the castle we went to the chocolate museum, which was just a big advertisement for a belgian chocolate maker. And we saw the old town square, the Lennin wall, and the old jewish cemetery.

Besides the tourist attractions, Prague was ...

Jewish Prague

A travel blog entry by catherine647

57

... cemetery but it was about to close and didn't have time to go in. We returned to the Old Town Square to refresh, testing out some local delicacies: svářak and trdelník, often sold and eaten together. T. had to settle for hot chocolate, since we weren't about to let her have "hot wine." We're going out on a limb here (not!) but Ivan and I suspect the hot (mulled) wine is replaced by beer in the summer. ;) ...

Foggy

A travel blog entry by julieashley

This is a top pick!
20

... stage I was so hungry and tired that we ate KFC, and it was great! Next morning we ambled to the main square. Still overcast and grey but only lumpy humidity. We met up with an Australian girl (34) who now lives in Prague and gives free walking tours. After watching a fairly disappointing display by the astronomical clock we headed off. (even the czech's think it's below par. They have added a trumpeter these days to 'spice ...

   

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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good