Residence Vita

Address: Zizkov Praha 3, Prague, 13000, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Kunratice area of Prague, is near Vysehrad National Cultural Monument, Letna Park, Staropramen Visitor's Centre, and The Globe.
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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    The Todd, Michal & the Polish Pool Beatdown

    A travel blog entry by euro_creep on Oct 20, 2014

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    ... liquor and vodka I had drunk and he was thrilled. Babbling excitedly he lead me up three flights of stairs, furnished me with a towel and showed me to a shower. As it was days since my last hot shower I was super keen and got good and clean before hitting the road.

    Mikal was on hand at the gate to bid me farewell and I reckon there is a chance that Polish kid is going to be named Matthew (or maybe Dirty ANZAC).

    The road to Prague was easy enough and I've ...

    Prague day one

    A travel blog entry by biancadon2014 on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... As we did we saw a big shopping centre was attached so we strolled in there for a look. I found myself in h&m immediately. Again some more bargains! ( and some more weight in my bag). We got ourselves some money out of the ATM ready for the train. The tickets were 18k each for 30 minutes. There were a couple of options but none looked any different. We validated them and jumped on the train. When we got off at the station we were stopped by transport authority for a random ...

    Czech Republic - Prague

    A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on May 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... our way across town to the meeting point for the tour of the castle. Prague castle dominates the skyline and is the worlds largest medieval castle! It's been around since the 9th century, but most of it has been modified over the years, so not quite how you would imagine it. On our tour we saw lesser quarter, St vitus cathedral (quite impressive inside and out!), a different st Nicolas church, wallenstein palace, garden of Eden, mozart's house, black tower (actually ...

    Early days of the Sabbatical

    A travel blog entry by mike.hendry on Apr 25, 2014

    5 comments

    ... the 19th Century living that many families endured prior to the 1940's. However, in a form of subtle symbolism that has left the mark of the former Soviet empire upon eastern Europe, Public Works planners often chose the most elevated lands for the construction of these buildings and thus from Prague to Budapest to Berlin these frightful looking apparitions dominate the landscape. With a forecast lifespan of 40 years fully one-third of the Prague panelaks are coming ...

    Bye Bye Bohemia - Regensburg & Prague then Home

    A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 19, 2013

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    ... and the stunning beauty of cities and villages along the river. Learning about the technology that attempts to harness the river using dams and locks. Even the ship has secrets that are revealed along the way.... such as the captains bridge that 'sinks' down to duck under a low bridge as well as the folding walls and canopies that can be lowered for the same reason. There were bicycles, a walking track, a pool and a gym not to mention an overpriced ...