Ostrovni Apartments

Address: Ostrovni 6, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Kavarna Slavia, Tyn Court, Globe Bookstore and Cafe, and Vltava Water Tower & Manes Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Beautiful Prague

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 21, 2014

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... in 2 doorways in the upper part. The ornate clock showing the time and the appropriate sign of the Zodiac is sited on the side of a huge tower (you can climb up the inside, but we haven't yet);
- Charles Bridge: the oldest of Prague's dozen or more bridges over the River Vltava, built under the reign of Czech King Charles IV between 1357 and 1402. Two towers were built to protect the bridge from each side, and around 30 or so huge stone sculptures, built over the next ...

Praha!

A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Aug 14, 2014

8 photos

... late and it was after the registration time we were put in what I liked to call the annex. It was a random spot next to a few rvs and wedged next to a fence. Dan was disappointed thinking that this was what the whole campsite was like. I went to the bathroom and was pleasantly surprised. They had a bar and grill, a playground, two campsites for tents, picnic tables with huge umbrellas and the best thing ever: a bunny pen! Which included 7 or more happy, ...

Anniversaries

A travel blog entry by mike.hendry on May 07, 2014

4 comments, 1 photo

... deep (see the attached photo) the site for the statue was atop the hill at Letensky sady, overlooking the river and directly in line with Pariska, the main street running from the Old Town Square to the river.
The Czech's built an enormous bass for the statues to stand upon so that at nigh on 50 feet high, the statue dominated the northern skyline when viewed from anywhere in line with the street in the Old Town.
In 1962, it was blown up with 800kgs ...

Jewish Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 20, 2014

9 photos

... quite interesting. It enjoyed seeing the wide variety of synagogue architecture all in one place. It was like a mini-tour of synagogues of the world.
I decided that maybe it would be a good idea to eat lunch before going to the Gastronomy museum, so I grabbed a bite at the James Dean Diner. This restaurant was very 1950s-USA-themed with Marilyn Monroe plastered all over the walls, jukebox music playing, and cigarettes on the menu. The food was a bit overpriced, but very ...

Beautiful COLD Prague

A travel blog entry by colleensouness on Feb 03, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... are more impressive. Apparently the city was so impressed with their clock (built .. 1400's??) that they cut off the inventors tongue and lips, and seared his eyes - effective in preventing him building another clock elsewhere. He got his revenge though, by throwing himself from the tower into the clock workings. Dead perhaps, but his clock no longer worked 'cos no one could fix it in his absence for a hundred or so years. Satisfaction. ...