Hotel U Pava

U Luzickeho Seminare 32, Prague, Bohemia, 118 00 , Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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Prague and it is Christmas

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010


... pub and walked toward a very well known statue called “****” interesting subject. From there we walked to the streetcar, got a ticket from the metro station nearby, and rode the street car up the hill to the castle. Admission to the Castle and grounds was 350 Krownes (Krs) which was about 12 dollars. Disable persons get in free and I produced my Veterans Affairs Administration card and was able to score the disabled fare of zero. There were a special ...

Partying Prague

A travel blog entry by dstras


... the town hall, climbed the clock tower, visited synagogues in the Jewish Quarter, and then went to Vysehrad Park which is in a old cliff top fortress. There we snacked and napped so we could have a quick break from touring. Then we continued again, going to Wenceslas Square and the Museum of Communism. The museum was quirky and interesting; I really enjoyed it. After a delicious food stall dinner (the roasted ham is sooo good), we watched the sunset over ...


A travel blog entry by ematravels


... my earplugs ready for that.

Next morning, big hangover. Looked over to the other side of the room, my Canadian friend was gone. I think she had super powers. She had been drinking since the afternoon on the day before, had as much drinks as us, and never showed any signs of weakness. I mean she was a big girl, taller than me, but still…I was expecting at least a hangover as big as mine.

Sightseeing was to take place, so I packed a water bottle ...

The land that vowels and vegetables forgot

A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013


OK so let's see how many Czech puns we can slip in here. The road in to Prague was very scenic, with rolling hills, golden yellow meadows and lush forests. Got in to Prague where we were staying about a 15 tram ride from the city centre, in what was a pretty run down part of town. A bunch of us took a look around the neighbourhood, czeched out a little supermarket to try to figure out what food was what and how to use a new currency. Whilst you could kind of get ...

Cold, ever so cold...

A travel blog entry by abalzer


... bus tour was Charles the IV I believe started the first university in Prague in 1348. Today it has 17 faculties, which I think means colleges such as a college of music, a law school, etc.

When Communism came to Prague Stalin has a huge monument of himself, in fact the largest one anywhere, near our hotel however even before the events of the early 1990’s the people of Prague couldn’t stand ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Franz Kafka Museum, Wallenstein Palace Gardens (Zahrada Valdstejnskeho palace), and Old Town Bridge Tower.
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