Hotel Koruna

Opatovicka 16, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Globe Bookstore and Cafe, Laterna Magika Stage (Divadlo bez Zabradli), Tyn Court, and Vltava Water Tower & Manes Gallery.
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    Good food and Communism

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... and head over to the Castle area over the bridge the next day. At one point, I spotted a nice looking street and suggested we head down it. Mr H suggested we go another way, in order to catch a glimpse of the Old Jewish Cemetery recommended in our guidebook. I am sorry to say that this suggestion was just a bit much for me, and I exclaimed in my most sarcastic voice, oh, woop-de-doo, the Old Jewish Cemetery, we wouldn't want to miss ...

    The Czech Republic

    A travel blog entry by mazzanddar on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... is definitely not as neat-- and organized as Germany, houses are not as well maintained. Ceske Krumlove is a world heritage site and a beautiful town. We stayed right in the old town, spent the next morning strolling then headed south into Germany to meet our boat at Passau which is the confluence of 3 rivers.
    As we arrived we saw our boat docked with over 100 bicycles standing on the deck. We were ready for our next leg of our ...

    Prague

    A travel blog entry by kag on Jan 16, 2014

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    ... and positive energy derived from symbols of the four essential elements: air water earth and fire. Alchemy had to be carried out in secret because the Catholic church was against it. The Jews more more tolerant. So alchemist labs were in underground caverns, fronted by a more conventional pharmacy. Alchemy seems to me to be a mix of chemistry, botanical medicine, and magic. The sliding bookcase door is triggered by turning a dragon. This leads to the labs, ...

    Prague Day 2

    A travel blog entry by andrewalice on Oct 15, 2013

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    ... 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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    Prague (7 August 2013)

    A travel blog entry by la.adendorff on Aug 07, 2013

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    ... to use - happiness. The flight was uneventful and I landed in Prague on time around 3pm, collected my luggage and caught the city shuttle bus into the city centre. It was actually a very pleasant drive through the suburbs of Prague into the old city where I was staying and gave you a bit of an appreciation of the outer areas that you don't typically get to see as a tourist. I arrived in the city ...