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Exploring more of Prague

A travel blog entry by susan.carrick on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... lots of photographs, they can't begin to reflect the experience of Prague - its sheer volume of extraordinary architecture from so many different periods is breathtaking. We certainly plan to come back...

Tomorrow we fly to London to start the next part of our holiday - the heightened security measures announced today at Heathrow should make arriving interesting.

na zdravi - cheers!



Prague on the run!

A travel blog entry by weir on Apr 05, 2014

5 photos

... weave in and out of groups of tourists "like a fish swimming through sharks".) This included the original medieval sections. In this area, it was nice to see the Great Hall that was used for feasting, talking, sleeping, and other uses. It also interesting to see the meeting chambers, records room, and "court rooms." We often forget that the middle ages had centralized governments. In Prague castle, the Kings meeting room had appointed areas ...

Fall Break Begins in the Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by ljean on Oct 17, 2013

15 photos

... this post I forgot them all.
At the top of the castle district you could see an amazing panoramic view of Prague. Then they took us to an old monastery where monks brewed beer. Yes you read that right. Monks are all about living separate from society so if they wanted something they had to make it themselves. Hence the brewery. I didn't try any because it wasn't even noon yet when we got there and honestly I was still pretty hungover from the night before.

Finding hidden Prague

A travel blog entry by amzox on Aug 11, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... somehow always comforting. Now, after being exposed to hundreds of pages about the different flavours and effects, and when and how it should be drank, the world of tea has never seemed so vast and important.

2. My advice – have a picnic in Prague. Following our Czech dining experience, we took matters into our own hands and raided the supermarkets for our favourite foods. Choose your spot - maybe a park, a bench; for us it was ...

A day in Prague and some fancy shopping

A travel blog entry by pegardyne on Jul 08, 2013

... were some very good artists there doing portraits. After a quick bite for lunch we went into the Jewish area which was massacred a few times but especially by Hitler with a very low survival rate. There was an area with all the names of the dead which was huge and a cemetery with grave stones packed in beside each other, there were a few other museums but they weren't overly exciting. We then wandered back looking at a local market after taking a tram that didn't go where ...