Tulipan Hotel

Address: Tulipanova 142, Prague, 252 43, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Leaving Frankfurt - heading to Prague

A travel blog entry by evaapplebee on Jun 11, 2015

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... a very expensive boutique where the three employees headed us in the right direction....but then we got lost. (So many streets, so many street car tracks, so many people). Street names are pretty small plaques on the side of buildings and hard to read. In the end, we stopped and asked a policeman for directions. You will NEVER believe this: he started to show me on a map, and then he said "Just follow me!" WE DID!!!! GLADLY!! Honestly, we would have never found it on our ...

Prague, part 2

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Jan 30, 2015

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... So, when we finally headed out, we asked the guy at the front desk where to go that was good and not too smokey. He seemed to be under the impression that most places were smoke-free, and sent us to a place by Charles bridge.

Visiting the Jewish Quarter

A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Sep 03, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... of walking on cobblestones and climbing winding stone staircases, my leg needed a rest.

Our lunch at a restaurqnt gave us a chance to sample local food-goulash, liver dumpling soup and an eggplant tapenade. Jan, your soup is far superior! It also gave us a chance to begin process all we had seen. Along with the moving sights, we were impressed by the hordes of people who made the Jewish Quarter part of their ...

Prague - Day 3

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 30, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... He arranged false papers for over 700 jewish children and arranged for them to travel through Germany to Britain, where they were fostered by English families for the duration of the war. Unfortunately during the war many of their parents perished at Auschwitz and they could not return to Czechoslovakia. Which was not such a bad thing considering it became a communist state after the war. Ina explained the streets of Prague were intentionally built like a labyrinth. ...

Top deck tour and our sneaky tour leader

A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on Jun 17, 2014

the drive day today was going to be quite short and then the tour would be over. our first stop for the day was kushnahara and its bone church, the entire decoration of the interior of the church is made of bones including chandeliers, shields and a house. all the bones used were from bodues that had been buried in the church graveyards but they ran out of space because of the war and the plague so they started digging up the bodies and storing the bones in ...