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Travel Blogs from Prague

The Train Trip from Hell!

A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Jun 22, 2015

3 comments, 10 photos

... the months. The oldest part of the Clocks dates back to 1410. On the hour the four figures flanking the clock are set in motion. The figure of Death rings a bell, a cock crows and time is up for the Turk who shakes his head in disbelief. The Miser eyes his bag of gold and Vanity admires himself in a mirror. These figures represent things that were despised when the clock was made, vanity, greed and death. How things have changed!!

A visit to Josefor which was once ...

Losing Things

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Feb 25, 2015

4 photos

Let me be straight with you from the outset. I had a huge night last night. I'm moments away from crashing out and it's going to be amazing. Most people are checking out the Prague nightlife, but with a day of walking tomorrow I'm more inclined to relax and make the most of what, from this evening's orientation, appears to be a very interesting city.

Berlin proved to be a fascinating city. Obviously there's a wealth of history contained within, both ...

Prague: day 15- 18

A travel blog entry by leighbee87 on Sep 18, 2014

... back to wards the main area. We then got some food in a cafe (a poor cafe ) where we had to ask to be served and food was delivered with a frown. We found a lot of waiters to be grumpy and inpatient although none as bad as the lady in Brussels. After food and a lot of interneting to waste time we then went into the sex machine museum, it is expensive for what it is but of you have time to spare in Prague and at a loss of what to do then ...

A Canadian in Prague

A travel blog entry by robthebruce on Aug 13, 2014


... out at the Jewish Museum that was filled with lots of religious artifacts as well they have mock ups of typical houses from years ago.

The museum is next to the old Jewish Graveyard, which dates back to the 1400’s. Originally they were given very little space to bury their dead, so over time it became very crowded. In Jewish religion, it is not possible to move a persons body once buried. So in this ...

"Prague - Where dreams of marriage come true"

A travel blog entry by celinevdb on Jun 28, 2014

... plan to do so but there were guys we met on the metro and they told us where to go so we didn't even have a clue where we're going until I remembered the place. The weather was hot and the way up there was quite exhausting so we had to stop for a beer. Well as Robin doesn't like beer she had a Bacardi... At lunch time. Anyway, after our pause we had a nice walk to the Castle. It was beautiful and the view over the city was breathtaking. By then it ...