Hotel Inturprag

Lisabonska 606, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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A guided tour

A travel blog entry by cowling

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... interesting but probably not what the normal tourist in Prague would do. Having seen the hordes of people hanging round the tourist spots, I'm glad we did the tour. Oddly enough, if you moved a couple of streets away, the crowds completely disappeared.

After all that we had a quiet night, apart from my trek to the supermarket. They had fantastic dairy products so I bought quite a lot of those. Now we just have to eat them.


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The afternoon in Prague!

A travel blog entry by laurenmcwilliam

All was good this morning, James came home but Crispy was sick. We think he might have caught something from the hospital, he was pretty out of it. We drove to Prague today and because Crispy was sick, he had to throw our lunch out because he didn't know if he had this before he made our food. So we stopped over at a service station and got some lunch which was good but none of them spoke any English so they overcharged us because we couldn't tell them any different. There goes all ...

Our second day in Prague

A travel blog entry by fitchett

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David did not have to go to work until the afternoon so we decided to make the most of the morning. Following a hotel breakfast, the same as yesterday and very good, we went down to the railway station and to take a train to Karlstejn castle. The walk to the station started with us noticing that a man seemed to be in trouble with his car outside our hotel and not able to move it. He had a huge rock wedged under the front to ...

A shocking train ride but SNOW :)

A travel blog entry by travisbravo13

... to see heaps and heaps of snow and also some sights on the way. Just around the corner from the train station was an incredible building which turned out to be the national museum. Just in front of the museum was a statue full of snow which looked awesome. We began walking down the main road and looked at all the shops and continued to the reception. Around 12:00 finally finding the reception we checked in and left our bags there as our apartment ...

Praha orientation and gluhwein!

A travel blog entry by robsons

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... Wenceslas square (Vaclavske Namesti) which is the biggest square in Prague. Very dodgy cafe in an old Tram here... called the “Tramvaj” cafe. Hmmmm ... don't know what they serve but I've heard it's hard to get in!

There are 23 different religions represented in the cultural mix in Prague. No official forms are allowed to ask people to state their religion so there is no conflict, according to our tour guide. If only it worked that way in the rest of ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 9 area of Prague, is near Castle District (Hradcany), Petrin Tower (Rozhledna), Military Museum, and Lidice Memorial.
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