Legner Hotel Zvanovice

Zvanovice 154, Prague, Bohemia, 251 65, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Zvanovice 154, Prague, is near Vimperk Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Is getting an earlier train a good idea?

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 11, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... br> I think the next part was my favourite. The views across the river are great, and I loved the weirs, the locks, the boats and so on. We walked along the west bank and there weren't too many people about. We stopped at the Museum Kampa to read the story of "Winton's Trains".
From google - "Winton´s team realised the situation was so desperate, they decided to
falsify the visas, thus increasing the danger. In spite of all this, eight ...

Prague Day 2

A travel blog entry by andrewalice on Oct 15, 2013

14 photos

... the Museum, we decided to head back to our apartment to rest. After a full 2 days in Prague, we were decided to take it easy in the evening. Our first guide, Marek suggested a board game night since he is an avid board game player. So, we invited him over around 8pm and played some Sabateur and Citadel until midnight. Marek is currently in the process of getting his board game published, so hopefully we'll be able to see play that one soon.

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Hot Zombie Fairy Tale

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 26, 2013

29 photos

I found a gay bar last night, where I met a couple from Stockholm and where I was given a gay map (!) of Prague. This is apparently a very liberal city and we are staying in the gayborhood. The next morning I had a leisurely breakfast at a tiny cafe. Erin arrived late afternoon and I dragged her tired butt all over old town. We had dinner on a quiet plaza at a fun restaurant serving local cuisine and beer. There was a band ...

The Gardens beneath Prague Castle plus some

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40 on Jun 28, 2013

17 photos

... then went along the Vtlava River, to Emauzy- the Slavonic Monastery dating back to 1347. Unique gothic murals cover the walls of the church cloister. It has been rebuilt after WW2 bomb damage and has a very interesting roof design.

Back on the tram to see the National Theatre and The New Theatre. A lovely courtyard sculpture here. The Globe Bookstore and Coffee House was on our list and only a short walk away. Not actually a Czech institution but an ...

City Night Line + Prague Day 1

A travel blog entry by ramseyandjenna on Jun 20, 2013

... How the experience transpired from unpleasant to dreadful. Actually, dreadful is an understatement. We boarded the train at 7:00 PM Wednesday evening. We were scheduled to arrive in Prague at 9:00 AM Thursday Morning. What was so dreadful? We did not arrive in Prague until 2:00 PM. We did not have access to a food or cart, completely impossible to attain food or drink for the entire trip. What could be worse? NO Air Conditioning, and the window in our ...