Pension Alabastr

Skolska street 20/689, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Imagine all the people living life in peas & gravy

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... wall ahead. It was the John Lennon graffiti wall, which started in 1980 after his murder, as he was a pacifist hero for many young Czechs. Most Western pop music was actually banned by the communists, and some musicians were even jailed for playing it. I saw some graffiti that originally quoted the famous Imagine song lyrics, but it had been changed to ‘Imagine all the people, living life in peas and gravy’!

We walked up to ...

Prague cathedral

A travel blog entry by miura09


... I had pork with potatoes which was delicious and full of fabulous flavours. The portion was sufficient. It funny because I looked at it and thought I won't be full. I actually was. Food that has so many flavours just fill you up. Not only are you satisfied but you palate tingles. It's great! We went ahead and ordered dessert. That was a bit of a disappointment. I ordered white chocolate cheesecake. Nadzha ordered chocolate pudding with chocolate sauce and cherries. Mine ...

Czech out the Answers to your Questions

A travel blog entry by glieden18


... in France, I spent more time with the Locals. I will answer this question for Austria, but mind you that Austria has a lot of different areas. I would say the first crazy thing is how many dialects they have there. Also, it was cool because they are much more organic than we are. When I was there, there was a box to recycle, trash, organic, plastic and aluminum foil. It was really intense but what they normally do. They are also more aware of the water that they use and the lights ...

Prague Central

A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels


... they can indulge in the delicious local, food...yes, food. There are thirty statues on either side of the bridge, some of which are religious figures and some of Royalty.

We also saw the art exhibitions of Alphonse Mucha and Salvador Dali, and visited the Franz Kafka museum to satisfy our artistic sides.

The cool weather and rain sets in, in the late afternoon each day, almost like ...


A travel blog entry by laurenwilliams1


... bc the hotel was doing a special champagne night so we stopped there before adventuring out in the drizzle so we could find Italian food for Steph. Navigated our way to the vaclavske namesti strip that leads to the national gallery. I got street food and we found another place for Steph to get her Italian. Ended the night back at cuatro crudo w Thomash who is by far our fav Czech. Stayed up till 3 just writing and ...

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This hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske namesti), Mustek Metro Station, Wenceslas Monument, and The Jan Palach Memorial.
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