Theatre Residence Apartments

Address: Opatovicka 2 , Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Kavarna Slavia, Globe Bookstore and Cafe, Laterna Magika Stage (Divadlo bez Zabradli), and Tyn Court.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague: day 15- 18

A travel blog entry by leighbee87 on Sep 18, 2014

... a tesco, which we both go very excited about. After we got some lunch in the old town square and watched the clock turn the hour. The astronomical clock is very interesting. Everyone crowds around every hour, maybe up to about 200 people to watch a clock chime for a max of 30 seconds. The clock is pretty spectacular and if you are in the square then go and look at it although don't make a massive effort to be there on the hour. You can ...

3 days in Prague

A travel blog entry by thevans2014 on Jul 01, 2014

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... closed. The shops were filled with glass souvenirs and some very classy pieces caught our eye - unfortunately elegant wine glasses are not easy to pack in our bulging suitcases! Our guide on the walking tour covered the old town, new town and the Jewish quarter, providing an interesting perpective on the history of Prague and an insight into the patriotic stance taken by the Czech people towards ...

The Prague Jog - our last day

A travel blog entry by weir on Apr 06, 2014

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... had new currency secretly printed in Russia and shipped to the country. On a Friday night, the government announced that if you had money in the bank, the currency had be converted into the new currency at an exchange rate of 100 old units to 1 new unit. If you were a person that did not trust the banks and kept your money at home, you had three days to convert the money but the most anyone could convert is 3,000 of the old units. ...

Prague City Walk

A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 10, 2013

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... preserved Jewish district in all of Eastern Europe. Hitler loved Prague, and intended to retire there after he had won the war. Similar to in Krakow, he intended to keep a handful of Jewish synagogues and graveyards to somehow show how inhumane the Jews had been. Lucky for us, Hitler lost the war, and now the Jewish district of Prague stands as a museum complex for the Jewish people. We saw the Spanish synagogue, which takes its name ...

Prague: Birthday Celebrations!

A travel blog entry by jkodai on Sep 16, 2013

1 comment, 73 photos

... juice, a spicy and sweet tomato based sauce that he called ketchup but that was definitely not ketchup and some weird super mild cheese. The toppings were all cold and the bread was hot because they didn't cook it all together. I'm very hesitant to call it pizza, but it's the closest comparison I can think of. Either way, it wasn't bad, but there was so much garlic on it I almost couldn't handle myself. After lunch we pretty much all wanted to go in ...