Rotunda

Address: Praha 1 - Konviktska 10, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

3rd day in Prague

A travel blog entry by slb333 on Nov 08, 2014

... the town and builds intact. Made it back and had dinner a place around the corner from hotel, I dis make reservation , early in day for 700 pm, the cencill something like that, Ray and stanie where with us, C al and I shared the beef plate, it was good , but the corn was very chilling hot,, we spend about 1000 chz crowns that night, had night cap with the group , back too room Treena got her 20 lashing haha ,, ...

Prague Day 2

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 29, 2014

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... 300 different costumes, that are changed regularly by the Carmelite nuns who are its custodians. John and I wondered how they had not damaged or broken it with all that dressing and undressing! Stopped for coffee in the square before a tram and bus home, in a cloud burst just as we hit camp. Soaked but agreed we had done our best to see as much as possible of a beautiful city. We did note, however, less central areas looked neglected - years of no money so no maintenance, I ...

Terezin

A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 11, 2013

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... also created a vast number of pen and ink drawings depicting the true squalor of the camp. These pictures were intensely sorrowful, and the history behind them made them even more so. I was really taken by these images, and spent most of my time reviewing these works.

The end of the museum focused on the children of Terezin. Many children were brought into the camp and were used to show the Red Cross that the children were attending a Jewish-run ...

Frozen

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 06, 2013

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... for the city, and recommended some cool places. She was even studying medicine like Joanna.

We caught the red line to I.P. Pavlova (we like the station name, sounds edible), and walked to Hostel Advantage. It is very colourful and a bit old, but has everything we need. We have a triple room to ourselves, which means it looks like a bomb site right now and no one knows. Oh wait…now you all do…

We plebbed out on social media for a while, and ...

How to walk your legs off in Prague

A travel blog entry by canddosborne on Oct 03, 2013

... is directly adjacent to the river.
We stayed in the city and had dinner in a traditional Czech restaurant, before catching the tube train back to the hotel. If only our trains worked this well!
Tomorrow we left the Czech Republic and head back into Germany and Munich; another long day in the bus.
Internet access has been difficult and the phone has had another hiccup, but hope we're sorted now. Hopefully the German wireless will perform ...