Travel Blogs from Prague
... to build a wall and moat around the city, use the dirt and rubbish from the moat to raise the level of the ground by 4 meters, covering all first floors of the houses in the city. However we even got to see the old Charles Road which was covered and turned into a beer bewery and a massive underground consisting of 16 rooms which now housed the prague aquariam. After this we attempted to head out of the city to 'bunkr parakaku' a climb which was housed in a old ...
... huge, and you can walk for kilometers with stunning views out over the river and the city in the distance. In 2002 there was major flooding on the Vlatava River (and all over Europe) and it damaged a large part of the zoo; unfortunately several animals even drowned and they had to euthanize many more. In May of this year there was less severe flooding, but it did affect the zoo again (no animal losses this time) and now they are relocating the lower-lying parts ...
... ghanoush and an olive couscous. She told me her teenage years had been an intolerable time for her. She hadn't gotten along with her older brother and father. And she still looked like a kid, while her female class-mates had matured physically.
On this day, we went for a swim; and strong stomach muscles protruded on her petite body. I tried again to kiss her.
I'd just told her about Citlali. When ...
... the walls were full of the names of the jews that were killed in Prague. We also got to see an exhibit of children's drawings. While the Jewish children were being educated in the ghettos they had to draw certain things and we got to see their world through their own eyes, they drew pictures of the dorms, of trains, of soldiers, and of their families leaving their own homes. We also saw a Jewish cemetery, which was very beautiful and eerie at the same time. ...
... Eco Green Tours" run small electric"cars" seating up to 5 passengers for commentated tours of Prague. Seemed like a good idea at the time and it was... being driven past many historic, influential,famous places , buildings etc with information narrated. With a choice of side curtains up or down and a warm blanket over the knees , it was a leisurely way to see the sights..golf buggy speed..no greater!!
from the Old Town ,it traversed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed