Hotel City Penzion

Zahrebska 16 / Belgicka 10, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Picturesque Prague

A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 17, 2014

18 photos

... burning down my throat and continued to warm my heart. It was a weird sensation…….

The rest of our time spent there involved free pours of vodka into glasses we mixed with cans of red bull we purchased. Hanging out with a group from Busabout was pretty awesome. We moved to the next pub which we found was ridiculously pricey and I ended up getting a cigarette burn on the back of my arm on the dancefloor. that's one thing I hated about Europe in ...

Prague D1

A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on Apr 23, 2014

... square. Prague is predominantly divided into 4 areas - west of the river Vitalva lies the Hradcony (castle area) and Mala Strana (lesser town or little quarter) and on the east of the river we find the Stare Mestro (old town) and Nove Mestro (new town). We are in the east of the river. After a below average lunch of spaghetti and salmon in a very well located Cafe Utyna right on the square itself. The astronomical clock tower which is ...

A Work in Prague-ress

A travel blog entry by maggiekr on Sep 24, 2013

73 photos

... than Romantic it can be complicated at times. Though our teacher Zuzana is incredible. She has to be about sixty to seventy years old, she dyes her hair a bright red, and she loves to laugh. Apparently both of her parents were Jewish and her Dad survived Auschwitz while her mom was forced to make plane parts for Nazis Germany. She loves Vaclav Havel, we saw a documentary on him and I think he is incredibly under-appreciated.
We ...

Our Day In Prague

A travel blog entry by pixiepoodle on Sep 23, 2013

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... after WWI. It was very interesting and informative! I enjoyed all the posters and the statues of Lenin. So far it's been one of my favourite museums. After that we did a bit of shopping at a market and a main store called Manufakture which sells only Czech made things. I must say so far Prague has been my favourite for shopping! I bought lots of things and the prices are awesome. It's about 15 Czech Crowns for 1 ...


A travel blog entry by glieden18 on Jul 22, 2013

2 comments, 51 photos

... not have run into them, or I could have taken the train an hour before and not seen the Aussies again. Its funny how this happens.

Later, Canada girl and I went window shopping a bit and talked and walked. We also went to the beer garden here where we were practically eaten alive by mosquitoes, she had a lot more bites and I felt pretty bad for her. But we made our own anti-itch cream. I could definitely become a pharmacist after this trip ;)

Then we had ...