Hotel Rubicon

Address: Hastalska 371/20, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Praha Bike, Prague Pub Crawl, Nerodova Street, and Old Royal Palace.
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      DAY 26: Sunday, 28 September

      A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... room having a bit of a lie down. It's nice to get off our feet. We've been all over the old town - just walking around without going into any of the venues. We crossed two of the rivers bridges too, including the well known lovers bridge. It's a very romantic city, but not as beautiful as I've been told. I was more impressed with a Granada, Malaga, Sevilla, Cordoba and Toledo. Some of the sites ever seen here are: • Old Town Square • Astronomical ...

      What a beautiful city

      A travel blog entry by tracy.blazer on Jun 26, 2014

      2 comments, 34 photos

      ... br>
      Next onto lunch which was again an amazing veggie culinary experience with Setian Gyros and veggie kebabs.

      After lunch we went to the famous Charles River with incredible views of the city. There was this cross on the bridge with Hebrew around it. Something we had never seen. The golden Hebrew text on the crucifix was added in 1696. In 1696, the Prague authorities accused a local Jewish leader, one Elias Backoffen, of blasphemy. As his ...

      Prague

      A travel blog entry by jubba152 on Dec 09, 2013

      ... my own writing tradition. I freely mix tenses and often record events out of context. This is because my memory, all memory, is essentially incoherent, only possible to sequence in relation to some narrative and performance of people in time. So every tedious moment, every redundant routine is suddenly mixed into a more theatrical unfolding of the things I encounter. In reality, large parts of my day are spent doing mundane things like shopping for groceries and eating breakfast, ...

      Almost 100%

      A travel blog entry by exoticrhonda on Nov 18, 2013

      3 photos

      ... along the Left and Right Banks of the Vltava River which Prague straddles.

      We struggled with pronunciations of the Czech language, and came to the conclusion that you need to master the 'cowels and vonsanents' if you want to be able to even read it.

      Our last night in Prague before we fly out ...

      Walking through the Old Town

      A travel blog entry by juanitobosque on Jun 21, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... do it. We started off with the Church of San Nicholas--a small Gothic Church on the side of the square. Over 800 years old and containing an antique organ, the church seems to be dedicated more to the concert business than the churching business. Speaking of which we have noted that all of the churches and historic sites offer concerts. If the site has an ancient pipe organ the concert may be of organ music, if not, any music will do. This is such a ...