Rooms in Prague

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Travel Blogs from Prague

Czech mate

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Mar 14, 2015

... Our first stop took us to see Good King Wencesslass, the upright statue outside, followed by his upside down statue inside. On our walk along Wencesslass square we learned of the velvet revolution, found out why Wencesslass was so good and stumbled onto the best park to chill out and enjoy the sun. Onward, to the municipal hall for some ornate decoration and upper class vibe. Lucky Beer is still so cheap, we could sit in there and take it all in. Steph also enjoyed some Czech ...

Just Czechin' out Prague!

A travel blog entry by tague on Jan 31, 2015

1 comment, 59 photos

... architecture and stained glass art work. We then walked up 300 + circle stairs in a side tower of the castle which definitely got the heart pumping and also made us a bit dizzy. When we reached the top, we saw the most expansive and gorgeous panoramic views of the city you could imagine.

After the castle tour, we headed to a restaurant on the hill overlooking the city - It was a Czech brewery with big picnic tables filled with traditional Czech food - ...

Day 13: And so...I Killed a Street Sign

A travel blog entry by missy_luvmuffin on Sep 10, 2014

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I am not coordinated! I suck at multitasking...and I am hugely accident prone :D! So it's no wonder that we're bicycling along with our little bike caravan and am dodging people and cars and ran smack into a street sign! I kinda bent the sign and almost knock myself off the bike on my ass :p!!! P.s. Whoever decided cobblestones and bikes mixed sucks! I'm witting this the next day and my fanny is still sore! So sore ass and near death moment ...

Visiting Terezin

A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Sep 04, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

Our visit to Terezin Concentration Camp took most of our day. I think we all felt a bit of trepidation as we traveled by van to the site. The visit begins at the Hapsburg fortress, built in th elate 1700's to protect the area from the German states. After the annexation of the Sudetenland,the Germans used the fortress as a prison for political enemies-Communists and Social Democrats. Across the river, ...


A travel blog entry by beckyhardesty on Jun 26, 2014

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Took a bus to Prague- a piece of cake. Love our apartment next to the Charles bridge. It has great views and Sam is overjoyed that he has his own room. The place is also stocked with English language guidebooks which is helpful since ours are still on our coffee table at home.Walked to Old Town, had a nice dinner and slogged back to our apartment, tired after a long travel day.
This ...