Pension Julie

Karlstejnska 494/17, Prague, Bohemia, 158 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Day 2 - Exploring Old Town

A travel blog entry by djh1959


... 39;Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: 15.2380952835083px;">It was so much nicer without the massive crowds of the day before! We walked slowly over tro the other side, and then slowly back again. There was a very large crowd of people on the way back with cameras at the ready waiting to see the sunrise, which was due at around 8:15am. We were too hungry to wait at that point and ...

Prague offers so much to see and do

A travel blog entry by c.i.222


... bars - not necessarily in that order.

We walked all over the City Center and Old Town during the ...


A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... and I nearly cried. Anyway, the Australian consulate office was very helpful and sympathetic. They gave me the names and email addresses of lawyers in Lyon and all of France who can help me with this issue. They also told me that when I arrive in Lyon I have to go to the police station straight away to file a police report about the matter. And if it has happened now all the time for the past two years, the police are probably very aware of the matter too. So that ...

Arriving in Prague

A travel blog entry by jpitts1989


... up. Let me say the night had not been well to them and I walked over, looked both of them in the face and said " Did you guys ever get that stripper thing sorted out?" You should have seen there faces... Priceless!!! they tried to say something but not a word came out of there mouth. Steve and I got a kick out of it and started cooking breakfast. These guys rushed out with a sense of urgency lol. I dont think they really said a proper good by but we let it slide... lol. ...


A travel blog entry by tagmoore


... tour. We mostly walked around the same sights as I'd already done the first day in the old town but also went to the Jewish quarter and saw more there. Like most of the Eastern BLOC areas, Prague was under communist control until the end of the Cold War. There was a year or so where Prague became briefly democratic but the soviets soon put a stop to that. We also heard the story of Rabbi Loew who built the Golem of Prague to protect the people against antisemitic attacks. One ...

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