Hotel White House

Markova 10, Prague, Bohemia, 158 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Prague Days 4, 5 & 6. May 17th, 18th & 19t

A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel


... apricots. They were not that appealing - a bit dry and needed sweetening. The rain the was still falling as we went to the hotel. Total meal cost NZ$32 Mon 19th The day was a spring day no cloud just blue sky. That is the bit of the sky we could see through the atrium roof 8 floors up. Simon got on his running shoes and headed for a run along the Vltava river up past the Charles Bridge and took some photos of Prague bathed in sunlight. Susan went for ...

Prague with a pit stop at Mauthausen!

A travel blog entry by lisie.lo

... stairs, due to the lack of calorie intake and combined with hard labour work, the prisoners were weak and they were forced to climb shitloads of stairs carrying at least 50kg of stones and like the domino's effect, if one falls then the others behind would fall too. At the camp they also had gas chambers, some words were found written on it. One was: If there was a god, he would have to beg for my forgiveness" That one gave me the chills.. When we got to ...

My New Family

A travel blog entry by amybulger

... eats together, then drinks together, then goes out together. I instantly clicked with all the members of the staff, all my age, which made me gain more confidence to get to know as many of the guests that I could. Some of them even thought I was a member of the staff! I ended up not actually doing much of the touristy stuff as I was hanging out with my new friends, going for a few drinks, shopping, experiencing Czech food (very similar to ...

Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by ashkryder


... beer tour itself wasn't overly great. It was only Kate and I on the tour which made it kind of weird and once again it was another Yank taking us. For 50 Euro each I didn't really feel it was worth it, but on the upside I did get to taste a whole heap of weird and wonderful beers. I think Kate struggled a little bit, but I appreciated the effort anyway.

After the tour we walked back to our apartment and kicked our feet up for a while before calling it ...

Wencelas square , Mucha museum and Vyshrad

A travel blog entry by siripatana


... the New Town was founded in 1348 by Charles IV to include three large central marketplaces : the Hay Market, the Cattle Market ( Charles square) and the Horse Market ( Wenceslas square). It is twice as large as the Old Town.During the late 19th century much of the New Town was demolished and completely redeveloped to the appearance of today. In the middle of the ...

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