Hotel Tranzit

Address: K Leti Ti 1074/32, Praha 6, Prague, 16100, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague


A travel blog entry by katykerr on Jul 31, 2014

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... onto the next. One of the clubs we went into was 5 stories and on each story there was different music, like hip hop, dance, electric, an ice bar, it was wicked! The down fall, forgetting what life in a club was like with smokers inside, watching out that you didn't get burnt, smoke constantly in your face, just gross! Robbie and I couldn't believe that the smoke fumes had seeped through our cloths and into our underwear... That's how thick it was! We went on ...

"I love your Ice Cream"

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 29, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

... was pretty bored of course, but at least two of us could follow along! There were only about 14 in the group and after we had commented a few times the brother conducting stopped the meeting for a minute to ask us where we were from and how we spoke French. It was a really tight-knit group and they reminded us a lot of our own congregation. When the TMS was over we went into the main hall for the rest of the meeting in Czech, and were surprised to see that they had ...

Vienna to Prague

A travel blog entry by dft on May 20, 2014

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... the surprise. Our bed had rose petals in the shape of a heart on it because Gary had told them that we were going to be celebrating an anniversary on the 22nd.

Our hotel is located pretty close to the Municipal House (a concert hall) and the Powder Tower where gun powder was stored during the 17th century. We walked first to Wenceslas Square which was used as a horse market during the Middle Ages but ...

Pretty Much Perfect Prague

A travel blog entry by gaplyf on Dec 16, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... as historically impressive as we were led to believe. And with only a glance into Europes oldest Jewish Cemetary we decided to head over to explore the old town and book some tours! With a raved about underground system to explore and an interesting and exciting past with communism we planned on doing two tours. However when we arrived at the tour desk we read the communism museum was just as good so we booked our underground tour and headed there instead! With ...

Milking the Pig

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Oct 08, 2013

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... office and residential buildings mostly built several hundred years ago.

The balconies and rooftops of the buildings are littered with over the top facades and stone statues. It's interesting seeing how modern Praguians (Praggies?) move through it all completely unimpressed by the fact that they might at this very moment be leaning on a 300 year old statue as they talk away into a cell phone on their balcony.

The problem ...